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Converted batch file containing Dropper.small.29.BK

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Converted batch file containing Dropper.small.29.BK

Hi Guys,

I used Bat_To_Exe_Converter to be able to launch FincSync using PAM (R31). I was working fine but now AVG tells me that the exe contains the threat Dropper.small.29.BK.

I presume this is a false positive as the contents of my Bat file is below and AVG does not complain about Bat_To_Exe_Converter.exe itself and ClamWin does not complain about the file.

P:\PortableApps\CommonFiles\Java\bin\javaw -jar FinchSync.jar

rem to make the debug window go away, use javaw instead of java

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bat to exe what?


Now, I don't know what the Bat to Exe converter is or does, but unless you're using some special feature, you could probably use 7z and use a setup installer to produce the same effect. That'll get rid of your Bat to Exe problem.


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Try it

with Virustotal. Then we might be able to reach a conclusion ;).

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Last seen: 12 months 2 days ago
Joined: 2007-09-05 12:31
Try this instead
and use another Bat2exe -> I´m sure it´s a false positive, but who knows?
Send the file to AVG (virus at update their false positive database

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