Comodo Internet Security FP

Cis is detecting AVSDVDPlayer.exe as a virus.
name: Heur.Pck.Themida
data base/1140
downloadlink:http://www.brothersoft.com/avs-dvd-player-free-download-44678.html
note the installer itself is not detected,just the exe after the program is installed.

thank you.
SirMoe

It’s fine if no one wants to help me here,but could someone throw me a bone,
and turn me on to how I can post this false positive according to the first method in your sticky about how to report false positives?
I have archived the file via 7-zip.
I have created a screen shot of the pop-up.
Gmail will not let me e-mail the zipfile,and I do not have a email client.
Is there any other way to submit it?
Really,that the only reason I am trying here,as the email method failed.
just a bone guys.

Gmail won’t let you send an .exe even in a .zip file. It’s easy to trick though. Just rename the .exe. Instead of something like Foo.exe, call it Foo.exe.bak. Then put a .txt file in the .zip telling whoever processes the file at Comodo to remove the .bak, although that should be obvious to them.

Thanks HeffeD,Sounds like a plan to me.

Worked like a charm!
Suspected false positive and screenshot are off to Comodo Lab Land!!

Hi SirMoeE.Ron,

Thanks for reporting to us.
We will get back to you after investigation.

Regards,
-Chandra Mohan

Thank you,Chandra Mohan.
Moe E. Ron.

With signature data base 1141 the detection is removed.
Hats off to the Comodo lab.
You guys do not muck about.

They’re not bad, are they?

I think some parts of the online world have seriously underestimated the infrastructure and investment that Comodo have put into their free software and their paid-for services.

There’s a lot more to come over the next 12 or so months. Watch this space…

Cheers,
Ewen :slight_smile:

Not bad at all!