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Clover - tabs for file explorer

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#1 Hello25


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Posted 16 October 2017 - 04:54 PM



Until recently I used Clover tab explorer on my PC.

http://ejie.me or http://www.majorgeeks.com/files/details/clover.html 


It's from a Chinese company who didn't even bother to make an English version installer.

There seems to be little discussion around its security but I didn't care, because I didn't use my computer for any personal use - it was for offline use only.


Now I want to use it on my business computer. I do graphics and need to browse my files a lot. It's much easier with tabs than with having 10 Windows Explorer windows open.


I scanned it with Windows Defender, Eset, and Malwarebytes and it came back clean. But Zemana tagged it as adware.

Here are the details of Zemana 
Status             : Scanned
Object             : %userprofile%\downloads\setup_clover@3.4.0.exe
MD5                : 3A1D54DEE99918C2AF2AD0C1BF154206
Publisher          : Shanghai Oriental Webcasting Co. Ltd.
Size               : 6219552
Version            :
Detection          : Adware:Win32/AutoBulk.581ab6!Ep
Cleaning Action    : Quarantine
Related Objects    :
                File - %userprofile%\downloads\setup_clover@3.4.0.exe


I tried searching around about it and got mixed results...



Is there anyone who can check out this program and tell if it is safe?



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