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ImgBurn 2.5.8.0 detected as malicious by McAfee Endpoint Security

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Not sure if there is anything that can be done about this from your end, but McAfee Endpoint Security won't let me run 2.5.8.0 that I downloaded from the ImgBurn mirror. The MD5 hash matches the one listed in http://www.imgburn.com/index.php?act=download so it appears to be the genuine download.

Analyzer / Detector

Product name McAfee Endpoint Security
Product version 10.5.4.4209
McAfee GTI query Yes
Feature name On-Execute Scan
 

Threat

Action taken Clean
Threat category Malware Detected
Threat event ID 35107
Threat handled Yes
Threat name ATP/Suspect!6fc013ed5944
Threat severity Critical
Threat timestamp 11/5/2018 9:13 AM
Threat type Trojan
 
 

Target

Target hash 0b4c94f8480f8cd13e160bceaaaa8b29
Target host name (redacted)
Target name SETUPIMGBURN_2.5.8.0.EXE
Target path (redacted)
 

Other

Vector type Local System
Detection message Adaptive Threat Protection Detection
Detection quarantine ID {DAE0025E-2CE3-42FC-9F3F-CBCAEF702291}

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False positive as usual. Probably detecting the opencandy plugin. Shut it up (temp disable shields), so can download and install

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