Not exact. I should have it memorized by now, since it has happened so frequently, but I do not. It does say Unknown program and it does say unsigned and it does say from the internet, (or from a file on the computer that has ben downloaded from the internet.), but how it says it exactly, I forget.
I do not know why MBAM should have a driver to keep it active unless I use it. In any case was just wanting to know why it was flagged on the behavior scan right after Avast real-time scanning was re-enabled. I wish they would design Avast and all the other A/V not to automatically turn off themselves and not to mention it. I usually catch it on boot or after a crash, when I inspect the computer for functioning A/V, but I really can not be watching every computer all the time to see exactly when they turn themselves off.
If I have data on the USB, is there any problem, if I delete the 2 above mentioned files on the command prompt?
Edited by DAV2, 04 February 2012 - 12:44 PM.