You know that ComboFix, SecurityCheck, etc. are detected as malicious executables because of the way they work? The only thing they do when ran is to scan the system for information, simple as that. ComboFix only interacts with it when you give it a fix-list. They have been proven as trustworthy by the community. I have yet to see anyone vouch for the trustworthiness of YAC.
Have you read my 2 tests on this program, both written in this area, and both had the program installed for at least a week ??
If not then find them and read them
You want me to read them, you link me them. I'm not going to search for articles someone asks me to read but doesn't provides me the links.
The program is not an infection, but a well written AntiVirus / AntiMalware program (most likely copied from other programs)..
Hence why I've seen many threads on BleepingComputer and GeeksToGo where people ask what is that program and how to remove it, is that right? To this, add my personal experience encountering that program many times and my answer is definitive, it's not a good program to use. I've seen it being bundled with a lot of freewares, another reason to stay way for it.
That is called Research, not just reading a few bits from other posts ~ You should try it ......
Retracting my last comment before I start another argument.
Edited by Aura., 23 February 2015 - 06:34 PM.