siljaline at "Calendar of Updates" posted the following item.
Jordon Russell author of the uninstaller for Spyware Blaster and many other applications, penned this in MSAS Private News.
It has come to my attention that the current signatures for Microsoft
AntiSpyware are claiming the following file contains "NS Keylogger
File name: Inno Setup
File path: C:Program Files[program name goes here]unins000.exe
File size: 640957 bytes
File MD5: 7f1f1e05a30a027583ff3406f48a4690
As creator of unins000.exe -- the Inno Setup Uninstaller
(http://www.innosetup.com/), which is bundled with a variety of
applications (e.g. SpywareBlaster) -- I can confirm that this is a FALSE
ALARM. There is NO spyware of any kind in this executable.
You should NOT let AntiSpyware quarantine or remove these files, or you will have trouble uninstalling applications. Just ignore the reports.
I have filed a vendor report, so hopefully this will be corrected soon.
(Original post at CoU >
My MSAS detected this false positive this early A.M. and initially I allowed it to be
quarantined. Then I found this post, luckily, and restored the file.