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Suspicious Behaviour on Laptop


I have received a very suspicious behaviour alert and would like to know if this activity is common to McAfee?

Detected potential AWL Bypass or DLL execution by regasm.exe

Parent Process: C:\ProgramData\WPSInstallerTemp1\install.exe
Commandl ine: \"C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework64\v4.0.30319\RegAsm.exe\" /codebase \"C:\Program Files\McAfee\WPS\\neo\mc-neo-unpacker\mc-neo-unpacker-rar.dll\"

From other sources, seems to be mc-neo-unpacker is a McAfee known installer, kindly confirm if this is true?

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Message 2 of 3

Re: Suspicious Behaviour on Laptop

Hi @Sunmark ,

Greetings from Mcafee,

WPS is a new version of Mcafee with advanced security features launched by Mcafee to Enhance the security to the computer. kindly let us know the version installed in the computer.


Nagesh G

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Re: Suspicious Behaviour on Laptop

Hi Nagesh,

The version installed is version 


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