Today I ran a full system scan using Online Armor++. It detected Trojans in the installer. I have had this installer on the computer for many months and I do not remember if I ever installed it on this PC or not. For some reason I unpacked the installer with 7zip though. I was probably going to attempt to make it portable. Anyway so I had the installer in a folder, and another folder next to it with all of the installers files unpacked. The VMwareVS.cab file that was extracted from the installer, also had its files extracted into another folder. This was all done many months ago. OA++ did not detect the installer itself as as Trojan VMwareVS.cab, but it did detect 4 of the files that I had unpacked as Trojans. Here are the details of what the scan detected on my PC today.
Note: I uploaded these files to VirusTotal....the Ikarus and A-squared engines(the engines from Online Armor++) are not detecting anything. But some of the other engines are detecting the same Trojan that OA++ detected(Trojan.Win32.Vapsup).
C:\Downloads\VMware_ThinApp_4.0.3_169725.msi [This file was not detected by the Virus Scan as infected] CRC-32: 50189335 MD5: 9e32e3272d2637fb6e0759a604879e6f SHA-1: 19ef5a6d586ddcc5b9222ba57b0f14159655f3f8 C:\Downloads\VMware_ThinApp_4.0.3_169725\VMwareVS.cab [This file was not detected by the Virus Scan as infected] CRC-32: d3a9694a MD5: ddc278a8fe0a25486277d9800e6af85a SHA-1: 456b731c8b6fdb7a1d7bcff3d1fbe9df58ccc73a
Online Armor++ Virus Scan Results:
Detected Trojan.Win32.Vapsup.vee!A2 C:\Downloads\VMware_ThinApp_4.0.3_169725\Binary.ThinstallProcess CRC-32: 4888b13c MD5: 4884cb4622278c0835b9a5dcd2ae0473 SHA-1: ed879ae65147805dd69e1355c17df814b9d434ce Detected Trojan.Win32.Vapsup.vef!A2 C:\Downloads\VMware_ThinApp_4.0.3_169725\VMwareVS\AppSync.exe CRC-32: fd20b378 MD5: cbdcdd590f7ffc52b6ce68fa11f2bda4 SHA-1: aebf685e02d6693df9eaa92c67dc5746792b5ecf Detected Trojan.Win32.Vapsup.veg!A2 C:\Downloads\VMware_ThinApp_4.0.3_169725\VMwareVS\logging.dll CRC-32: 8adee5d5 MD5: 56ff9b83f58ba8eacb6e939aa4759bf0 SHA-1: b52fa38765a25fe6a2c4f60d76545a4dd64904eb Detected Trojan.Win32.Vapsup.vek!A2 C:\Downloads\VMware_ThinApp_4.0.3_169725\VMwareVS\thinreg.exe CRC-32: 423c5652 MD5: c436feff8d9096e7475c84a6bca6096c SHA-1: 685b84af796132ce144aacd6ff23379e17ddf1a7
Are these files indeed infected by this Trojan, or is it just a false positive? Does anybody have the same version of the original installer, who could find out if the Checksums of the installer and unpacked files match? Should I be worried about whether this Trojan has spread and infected my machine?
Thanks in advance for any help!