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  • Norton dvdfabpasskey9210.exe Threat name: WS.Reputation.1

    Norton is flagging it as untrustworthy and therefore not safe

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    Filename: dvdfabpasskey9210.exe
    Threat name: WS.Reputation.1Full Path: d:\xxxxxx\idm\programs\dvdfabpasskey9210.exe
    
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    On computers as of*
    15-Jul-17 at 21:01:32
    
    Last Used*
    15-Jul-17 at 21:03:49
    
    Startup Item*
    No
    
    Launched*
    No
    
    Threat type: Insight Network Threat. There are many indications that this file is untrustworthy and therefore not safe
    
    
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    dvdfabpasskey9210.exe Threat name: WS.Reputation.1
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    Very Few Users
    Fewer than 5 users in the Norton Community have used this file.
    
    Very New
    This file was released less than 1 week *ago.
    
    Medium
    This file risk is medium.
    
    
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    http://d6.fabimg.cn/download/DVDFabPasskey9210.exe
    Downloaded File  from d6.fabimg.cn
    Source: External Media
    
    dvdfabpasskey9210.exe
    
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    File Thumbprint - SHA:
    b47403f28391c9c0e0f0ead409fe1a6931ea635fda381872968aa588b874f443
    File Thumbprint - MD5:
    9be570604d54d3d90042902b9d10b967

  • #2
    false positive, ignore it.
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    • #3
      This is from the Norton forum

      I have an application which we are about to distribute to a few thousand resellers and one of our test clients was running Norton 360. When he tried to pull the exe down from our site, Norton threw up alerts and he could not run the application. The error he is getting is a WS.Reputation.1 message which seems to indicate that Norton simply has never seen the app before (which makes sense as it is new).
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      • #4
        Norton uses a cloud-based database that takes note of how many users have encountered the file before and declared it safe. (Hence the "Reputation" part in the name of this "detection", which isn't actually an infection alert but a flag to say Norton users don't know enough about the app in question.)

        I use the pro version of Bitdefender, which is consistently rated as more rigorous than Norton, and it's never had an issue with any version of Passkey.
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