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possible false positive

I was updating my apps that are stored and used on my usb stick. The computer that I have has Symnatec insight installed and had detected it as a trojan.


Filename: udefrag-dbg.exe
Threat name: Trojan.Gen.2Full Path: g:\portableapps\ultradefragportable\app\ultradefrag\x86\udefrag-dbg.exe



On computers as of 
5/20/2016 at 3:36:13 PM

Last Used 
5/20/2016 at 3:36:13 PM

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Threat type: Virus. Programs that infect other programs, files, or areas of a computer by inserting themselves or attaching themselves to that medium.


udefrag-dbg.exe Threat name: Trojan.Gen.2

Few Users
Fewer than 100 users in the Norton Community have used this file.

This file was released 2 months ago.

This file risk is high.


Source: External Media


File Actions

File: g:\portableapps\ultradefragportable\app\ultradefrag\x86\ udefrag-dbg.exe Blocked

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John T. Haller
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Last seen: 15 min 3 sec ago
Joined: 2005-11-28 22:21

Trojan.Gen.2 means a generic detection, meaning Norton thinks it might have something in common with a certain set of trojans. It's a common false positive issue with Norton. You can contact them and let them know of their error. You can either whitelist it or wait for them to fix it after that point. There's nothing wrong with the file and there's nothing we can do to fix Norton's error.

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