About a week ago, new warnings have been reported by the "Defense+" (the malware component) module of Comodo.
I don't know if this is a report to be concerned about or if it is a defect of the current build of Comodo.
Comodo Defense+ has been reporting, in the pop-up dialogue within which I can choose to allow or block, that an 'application' named "System" is trying to modify the contents of the following folders/files:
The second one happens at shutdown while the others I believe have come up at different times between startup and shutdown.
Is this normal Windows 7 Home Premium behavior?
I've done google searches to try to find info to reference regarding those files/folder and haven't been able to see anything conclusive. Stuff I see about the LogFiles\HTTPERR\ folder indicate it is related to IIS which I don't have any use for on my laptop and have not enabled.
When the Comodo pop-up comes up, and I click on the "System" application name (as it allows you to do so you can see the path the application resides in), it shows it is in the c:\windows\system32 folder, but that folder does not contain a file named "System" only, not even "system.exe" so I'm not sure if Comodo is just naming the application "System" as a generalization of the Windows 'system' or else.
If logs are needed, I can continue this thread in the 'malware' section.
Any help appreciated.
Edited by Eyedeetentee, 12 October 2011 - 01:08 AM.