Some notes: The file has a .PNG extension but it’s actually a compressed archive (I don’t know why they did it this way). COMODO detects a DLL file inside the archive. Strangely enough, if I decompress the archive, COMODO doesn’t detect the DLL file anymore.
Please submit the detected file as False Positive using the following link:
I can’t because it’s larger than 10 MB (it’s 12.2 MB).
I sent it to CAMAS
File Info Size: 12831179 MD5: 2c733ade9b504ad9a70c59ce6ab0019e SHA1: 4f8fee9407257503db45ccf37154a8d1164a3f6c SHA256: bd7377b53e7d636bdcf49f072afae70ab189fabd076f3679cc6ea0039fe01bb8 URL: /cgi-bin/submit?file=bd7377b53e7d636bdcf49f072afae70ab189fabd076f3679cc6ea0039fe01bb8
This False Positive will be fixed soon.
This is to inform you that false-positive has been fixed.
You can update to AV database Version <17787> of Comodo Internet Security Version<6.3.302093.2976> and confirm it.