I have CC CS6, running Windows 7 pro and Norton 360 anti-virus version 126.96.36.199.
This morning there was an Adobe uodate for Prelude. While installing the update, my norton security flagged one of the program files (mc_config_mp2v.dll) as having a high potential as being a virus and quarantined it. However, the update said that it installed successfully (?).
Has anyone else had this experience? For Adobe - is there a problem with this file or was it a flase positive? Will my update still work with this file quarantined or will I need to try and remove it from quarantine?
Any help would be appreciated.
same problem but with three files:
not shure if it really is a virus (norton 360 reported "Suspicious.Cloud.7.F") or just a code-part that seems similar to the mentoined virus.
I had the same result with the Prelude update this morning. Norton Internet Security (v188.8.131.52) reported 'suspicious.cloud.7.f' for mc_config_avc.dll based on 'malware heuristics'.
The file is currently quarantined by Norton.
the message of an adobe employee (see http://forums.adobe.com/message/4441762#4441815) indicates that this really isn't a virus and norton mistakenly detected one. i think i make a system backup and then release the files out of the norton quarantine to see if my system gets infected.
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