I use AVG Free and suddenly this morning I was warned about a trojan horse Crypt_r.CP in GPAC/Osmo4.exe which has been on my system since 13th May. Is this a false positive?
AVG just finished scanning and decided that the original GPAC download now has a virus and also comes up with another one in the GPAC folder called Crypt4.AQXJ….
Details of Trojan Horse Crypt_r.CP in GPAC/Osmo4.exe
Crypt_r.CP in GPAC/Osmo4.exe is detected by AVG as a Trojan Horse. As is known, Trojan horse is a kind of malware that usually misrepresents itself as useful, routine, or interesting in order to persuade a victim to install it. However, distributed by spam emails, peer to peer share files, infected software, and malicious links and pop-ups, Trojan horse can break into users’ computer without their knowledge and permission. Once inside, it will perform a series of harmful activities to mess up your computer and damage your system. For example – (more…)