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Mkeeper - malware or normal program

lorcav123
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Today I scaned my PC with SuperAntiSpyware and I noticed that scaner stopped for some 15-20 seconds on some program called mkeeper.exe

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I don`t know what is this program so I googled. One results tells me that is some Microsoft program:

 

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/p/mkeeper-the-safe-password-manager/9p37gx19kzqg?activetab=pivot:overviewtab

 

other search results tells me that is virus?

 

https://forums.malwarebytes.com/topic/225450-mkeeper-virus/

 

I tried to manually find that path but there is no that exe even in hidden files. I scanned with Malwarebytes, Malwarebytes Adware and Avast free, they found nothing, everything clean. OS everything clean or do I need to scan with more programs?

 

 

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2 minutes ago, lorcav123 said:

Today I scaned my PC with SuperAntiSpyware and I noticed that scaner stopped for some 15-20 seconds on some program called mkeeper.exe

provjeriti.PNG.c5da5d85e427150394d54b6412168288.PNG

 

I don`t know what is this program so I googled. One results tells me that is some Microsoft program:

 

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/p/mkeeper-the-safe-password-manager/9p37gx19kzqg?activetab=pivot:overviewtab

 

other search results tells me that is virus?

 

https://forums.malwarebytes.com/topic/225450-mkeeper-virus/

 

I tried to manually find that path but there is no that exe even in hidden files. I scanned with Malwarebytes, Malwarebytes Adware and Avast free, they found nothing, everything clean. OS everything clean or do I need to scan with more programs?

 

 

I am not sure about this superantispyware thing seems fishy to me, use malwarebytes it is the best and everyone here would probably agree. 

 

 

link for download: https://www.malwarebytes.com/mwb-download/

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I can't find anything from my own Googling that says that it's a normal program. Not a virus but a adware that hijacks browsers and injects their own ads, and taking personal information. 

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Just now, MysteriousAeon said:

He already said he scanned with Malwarebytes...

ah sorry didnt see that.. on meds lol. 

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well, it's on the forum of malwarebytes, so i agree with them

remove that fishy sounding program and download malwarebytes

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1 minute ago, LukeSavenije said:

well, it's on the forum of malwarebytes, so i agree with them

remove that fishy sounding program and download malwarebytes

Like i said I scanned with malwarebytes and if I want to remove it manually there is nothing on that program path. Before 2 months I had bitcoin miner virus that Malwarebytes removed. Maybe that is small remnant of that deleted bitcoin virus? Also SuperantiSpyware didn t find anything.

 

  

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UPDATE: Scanned with Emisoft emergency kit and Kaspersky Virus removal tool, everything clean.

 

 

So mkeeper.exe is probably leftover of that previous virus removal file, SuperAntiSpyware stumbled just acroos old history log file?

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