Most of you should know, Miro (formerly known as Democracy Player) is the free and open source internet TV platform, and it is quite popular and very good ratings.
I was using the latest Miro 1.1, and when I was about to watch the video, CFP 3 launched possible malware behavior in Miro’s directory. I know Miro isn’t a bad program at all, So I allowed the request, Then that silly “Send Error Report to Microsoft came up”, and Miro then crashed on me.
Again… I allowed the request. Was it really malware behavior in Miro? Everything is OK after the crash.
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I can’t tell for sure, but I’d guess that even though it may appear like a suspicious behavior to CFP, it isn’t actually anything malicious. I got the same alert yesterday for ClamWin Antivirus portable. Though, I suppose there should be a bigger possibility of alerts for an AV program than a media player. Of course, you didn’t download Miro from a “suspicious” site?
Would be interesting to really find out why a media player has a behavior that is recognized as possibly malicious.
EDIT: By the way, it seems (from your very few tray icons and desktop shortcuts) like you have no antivirus to scan the file with?