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SCEP detects Win32/CandyOpen in FreeFileSyncPortable .exe's

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GillRilla67
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SCEP detects Win32/CandyOpen in FreeFileSyncPortable .exe's

As I was installing the portable apps platform, SCEP detected issue with FreeFileSyncPortable executables.

Category: Potentially Unwanted Software

Description: This program has potentially unwanted behavior.

Recommended action: Remove this software immediately.

Items:
file:I:\_PORTABLEAPPS\PortableApps\FreeFileSyncPortable\App\FreeFileSync\Bin\FreeFileSync_Win32.exe
file:I:\_PORTABLEAPPS\PortableApps\FreeFileSyncPortable\App\FreeFileSync\Bin\FreeFileSync_x64.exe
file:I:\_PORTABLEAPPS\PortableApps\FreeFileSyncPortable\App\FreeFileSync\Bin\RealtimeSync_Win32.exe
file:I:\_PORTABLEAPPS\PortableApps\FreeFileSyncPortable\App\FreeFileSync\Bin\RealtimeSync_x64.exe
file:I:\_PORTABLEAPPS\PortableApps\FreeFileSyncPortable\App\FreeFileSync\FreeFileSync.exe
file:I:\_PORTABLEAPPS\PortableApps\FreeFileSyncPortable\App\FreeFileSync\RealtimeSync.exe

Anyone else run into this?

John T. Haller
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PUP

PUP means potentially unwanted. Do you want FreeFileSync on your system? Then it's wanted. If not, just delete it.

Everything else rates it as 100% clean, even SCEP's PUP classification is in error: https://www.virustotal.com/#/file/2818a2f074106a1e72f57831f85cafdb5bd66a...

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