False Positive: TweakBit PCRepairKit


Can you please remove a false positive, given to the new version of TweakBit PCRepairKit by your antivirus.
The program is clean and doesn’t contain any unwanted behavior.
TweakBit PCRepairKit download link: http://dynamicdownloads.tweakbit.com/prk/split/def/pc-repair-kit-setup.exe
Detection name: ApplicUnwnt@#s3yc4ozn4kje
SHA256: 97e6a8c6569d8bd64ea9e909507f1d9dad6252e38a03c7ce811c4786f612e9b8

Please let me know if you need any additional information to resolve the issue.

Thank you,


This is to inform you that the file you have submitted has been checked and it is Not a False-Positive.
If you plan to further use this application, you can add it to your “Exclusions” list.

Andrei Popovici
Comodo Antivirus Lab
pc-repair-kit-setup.exe SHA1:90176dd887311308e1a0ceb672bfda1a4a2b848a

Hi Andrei,

Thank you for your reply.
Can you please specify what exactly is considered an unwanted behavior by your antivirus, so we can fix the issue and eliminate the detection.

Thank you in advance,

I allow myself a personal comment.

A good approach would be to stop collecting so much information about the user and send it to Google Analytics without asking. :P0l

In terms of data protection law, Google Analytics is problematic and controversial. Google can use this analysis tool to create a comprehensive user profile of visitors to a website. If a log-on Google service is used by visitors, this user profile can also be assigned to specific persons. Another problem is the storage of data in the US, which give privacy a lower priority than European countries.”

Of course, this also applies to information captured by applications and passed on to Google Analytics.

Due to Google’s new privacy policy regarding the merging of the data of the various services , sites and software that use Google Analytics are at increased risk for the user’s right to informational self-determination

Furthermore, would be classified as problematic:

  • Contains ability to retrieve keyboard strokes
  • Implements anti-virtualization techniques against vmware, virtual box, qemu
  • Tries to obtain the highest possible privilege level without UAC dialog
  • Installs itself for autorun at Windows startup
  • Queries sensitive IE security settings
  • Queries the internet cache settings
  • Modifies Software Policy settings
  • Modifies System Certificates
  • Modifies Proxy settings
  • Steals private information from local Internet browsers


Thank you for the information, I’ve already passed it our developers and they’re working on the solution.