I just had a positive hit from Malwarebytes on a scan I ran tonight listing a file as "Trojan.Huhc"
The interesting thing is that it was in a file that I believe was used as a temp file (C:\Temp\ML-1740\DATA) for installation of printer drivers when I used a relative's printer several years ago. The file in question was titled SSOpen.exe. The date on the file was 2/26/2009 (which is about right for when I would have installed those files) and all of the other files in the folder looked like files appropriate for a printer. Doing an internet search on the file name did list it as being associated with Samsung, and running it through jotti showed no detection on all 22 scanners. However, the hashes reported by jotti were different than another website (herd protect) reported should be associated with that file.
I haven't noticed any odd behanior recently; this was picked up on a routine scan that I usually do weekly. I also had run TDSSKiller prior to the Malwarebytes scan without any threats detected.
So, I'm not sure if this should be considered a new detection with a spoofed file time or a false positive on Malwarebyte's part. Interstingly, I noticed that this same evening, someone else reported a similar detection on this thread.
Edited by Bill 0, 17 March 2014 - 12:48 AM.