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Hi

I have a windows scheduled task pushed by group policy.

This task is set to run at user logon and to open an url in the default browser (task action: run program, program: explorer.exe, parameters: "http://myurl").

The task runs fine, but for some reason Kaspersky warns me about "HEUR:Trojan.Multi.Runner.b" on this specific scheduled task.

I've also had "Trojan.Multi.GenAutorunTask.b" that seems to be linked to this, but this one came from "system memory" so I could not track it down any further.

 

Can you please tell me how to disable these false positives ?

 

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Hello!

Please state your software versions and software in use.

Also please describe what componen informs about detection. 

Thanks!

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Software alerting : Kaspersky File Antivirus

Version : KES 10.3.0.6294 mr1

OS : Windows 10 Enterprise / Windows 7 Pro

Scheduled task deployed with Windows 7 compatibility level.

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Le 18/01/2018 à 17:51, Ivan.Ponomarev a dit :

Please collect the full GSI report from the problematic machine. 

Thanks!

Done, INC000008767269.

I forgot to add the event log. Just tell me if you need them, I already submitted.

 

 

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I'm sorry to revive an old issue, but I have the same problem, what was the solution? Thank you.

I have Kaspersky End Point Security 10.

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Hello, my version is:

Kaspersky Endpoint Security 10 for Windows (Service pack 1 Maintenace Release 2)

10.2.6.3733 (m3.mr4)

and the GSI report send you to private menssage.

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Yes of course I can, you have the link of the latest version of my antivirus. I would appreciate it.

After this I will try again and send you the GSI report?

Edited by rbravoacuna

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I still have the same problem, kaspersky believes that my scheduled tasks are malware, how can I disable that please, thank you.

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