Can't find file that antivirus alert pop-up complains about

Running WindowsXP Pro SP3 and CIS v3.5.57173.439 Database v905

Started getting a pop-up that gives me the following information:
ApplicUnwnt.Win32.Adware.timesink@1678621
D:\UTIL.…\PHOTCP.EXE

I chose Ignore Once, as the above program hadn’t been executed.
I ‘googled’ the above data and could not find any valuable information.

I suspect the file might have come from some camera or printer software,
but wonder why XP can’t find it and whether this is a real alert or a bug?

Looks like a FP to me.

Find D:\UTIL.…\PHOTCP.EXE and try scanning that Exe. Don’t have to google the entire application path, When I google PHOTCP.EXE I get these results: PHOTCP.EXE - Google Search

Looks like it’s part of some kind of Photocopier Software. A Analysts will look at this and report back to you. :wink:

Cheers,
Josh

I neglected to mention that: ‘D:\UTIL.…\PHOTCP.EXE’ can’t be found anywhere on the ‘D:’ or any other drive on the PC.

I suspect the file might have come from some camera or printer software,
but wonder why XP can’t find it and whether this is a real alert or a bug?

similar problem: Kaspersky found this: C:\WINDOWS\system32\digeste.dll.vzr, but using Search to find it so I can zip it and send it, is not working. How else to find and send?