in the log it tells me that the desktop file of install_flash_player.exe is trying to create a process C:\users\name\appdata\local\temp\nstEED2.tmp\nsF191.tmp. when i double clicked it again it said create process c:\users\name\appdata\local\temp\nse711B.tmp\ns71C8.tmp. is it malware or a false positive?
(:WAV) hi lizard777
if you’re not sure, there’s an option to submit suspicious file:
CFP/miscellanous/submit suspicious files
if it’s coming from a trustful source i don’t think it’s a big concern though. D+ warns about all of things especially when you install something new
Its a common alert. You know Flash player is safe so allow it.
so the ns71C8.tmp is not a virus?
Upload it here if your wondering.
I’ve personally had lots of .tmp files that are actually temporary setup files. If the source that you downloaded Flash Player from is really http://www.adobe.com/shockwave/download/download.cgi?P1_Prod_Version=ShockwaveFlash , then it should be safe to allow. The .exe file from flash may have already been in Comodo’s safe list, but how many people have submitted these .tmp files?