Hey all. First of all if I post this in the incorrect section I apologize and feel free to move it to where you see fit. With that said, last night I was trying to use Handbrake to rip a few DVD's I have laying around to my computer for backup purposes. For some reason Handbrake would not work for me (not sure if Windows 8.1 has anything to do with that, but I doubt it). I decided I'd download DVD Shrink. Downloaded it and installed it just fine after combing through the "accept" dialogs and noticing it wanting to install a bunch of crap. I thought I did a good job, but after waking up this morning I had something sitting in my system tray called "Filesfrog Update Checker". I immediately became suspicious because the only update checker that I had previously installed was the one from Filehippo.com and use it on a regular basis. I did a Google search and found that it was classified as malware so I wondered where it came from. Turns out from the same Google search that it comes with the DVD Shrink program. I have (at the moment) the Comcast Norton Security Suite (basically Norton 360) installed along with Malwarebytes Pro and neither of them recognized it. I have another computer that has Avast installed on it and upon even trying to run the executable it immediately blocks it. I've uploaded the file to Virustotal, Jotti, and Metascan Online and it is recognized by a few scanners as malware, but some of the bigger known names (ex. Kaspersky, Norton, Microsoft, etc.) don't classify it as malware. I got rid of it by doing a full scan with Malwarebytes and Adwcleaner. What do you guys think? Legitimate or malware?