CIMA And Anubis Detect Google Chrome Installer As Suspicious


I will start this post with an !ot! situation before I post the real issue:

"Last night I decided to try downloading Google Chrome from the official Google Chrome website to give it a try again, one reason being the Comodo Dragon WOT issue and I just wanted to test the newest version, but the installation failed with a Error 103 message several times that I tried it.

For some odd reason Comodo Program Manager started running in the background and would not let me close it, so I had to log off my computer and then eventually uninstall it.

I still would get the error during the Google Chrome installation so I tried deleting the Google Chrome folder from the User-Appdata-Local-Google Folder, I made sure no Google Chrome process was running, I used Comodo System Cleaner, and restarted my computer etc but it still did not work.

(In case someone here may have some suggestions, I will post my crash dump and screenshot of the issue, I plan on reporting it at the Google Chrome forum but if anyone here has any ideas feel free to share them.) :wink:

Anyway, that is the end of that, now I will post the real issue below."

Today I tried downloading another installer and decided to upload it to CIMA, VirusTotal, and Anubis; which I normally do with Exe’s before installing them and noticed that CIMA and Anubis detected the official Google Chrome installer as suspicious; it is probably no big deal but I just wanted to report it here anyway.

I downloaded the installer from:

Here are the CIMA, Anubis, and VirusTotal reports:

Thank you,
-John Jr :slight_smile:

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After disabling the Active Clean/Mode of Comodo System Cleaner, the Google Chrome installation now installs, so that seems to have been the problem.

Hi goodjohnjr,

The file u submitted is not detected by Comodo Internet Security version <5.3.176757.1236> with database version <7636>. Please make sure the Antivirus database is updated and check again.
If detection is still present, please submit the file on Comodo forums at along with details about the environment on which this event occurred.

Thanks and Regards,

Okay, thank you.