Tony Cole

Level 27
Morning All!

I have been using tweaking.com's Windows Repair for ages, well not using it just installed on my laptop, using Kaspersky 2015 and never had any problems, it's all under trusted files, but today was different. Kaspersky popped up, with UDS:DangerousObject.Multi.Generic and deleted it, then rebooted the PC, any advice/help/info?

Tony :)
 

WinXPert

Level 24
Verified
Trusted
Malware Hunter
Must be a false positive. I've used that program last week without problems with an XP protected by 360 TS.
 

jamescv7

Level 61
Verified
Trusted
In Kaspersky Forum, they will ask you the full details of KSN screenshota in order to determine from checking. ;)
 
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Submit file to VirusTotal. Get VT URL. Zip file. Submit zipped file and VT URL to Kaspersky as false positive. Include MD5 or SHA-256 in your submission info field.

Submit file via support portal built-in to Kaspersky user interface.

Just like others said here...