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Joel

Active Member
It's not a false positive, it's just asking you to send Eraser's shell extension as a sample to SpyNet for the community to comment on it. MSE does this when unknown programs are used in the computer.
 

DavidHB

Active Member
By the standards of many security programs, this is a very clear dialog. There has been a tendency for some software to describe anything it doesn't recognise or has concerns about as potentially malicious, and this mis-description is the cause of many false positives. The MSE dialog admits (in so far as a Microsoft program will admit anything) that the file is unknown.

David
 
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