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Can't get rid of Avast File Reputation Warning popups


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I have been getting several of these Avast warnings for several months:

File Reputation Warning
The file you are downloading seems to be very new or rare
AdobeAir_3.9.0.1380_SPS.exe
Origin: http://dl.secunia.co....0.1380_SPS.exe
Downloaded by: Crazz.pngrogramFiles\Secunia\PSI\PSIA.exe
ACTIONS TO TAKE:abort the connection (recommended)

 

There are two other warnings related to Adobe software that I get at the same time, but I don't remember the text of these warnings.  On another forum someone suggested turning of the warnings, but I don't know how to do this or even if doing so is possible.  The warnings are annoying because they slow down my computer's startup each time.

I choose to abort the connection each time as Avast recommended. Also, when I ran Avast scanner last week it found one corrupted file. Something like .pup. I ran ESET and Malwarebytes at the same time and they found no infected files. Thanks for any replies.


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Hi. I had a quick look. The only thing I have found so far is that the "AdobeAir_3.9.0.1380_SPS.exe" is not digitally signed I read can give that popup.


Edited by DSTM, 21 August 2014 - 12:28 PM.

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