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I checked a number of file data base resources I use, including Threat Expert, and not one had any information on the referenced file. I also, performed a search using Google which returned no results. Anytime you do not receive results on a file from Google, it is a very good indication the file is malware related. This is compounded by the fact that 6 of the scanners on Virus Total indicated the same when you uploaded the file. If you do not have first hand knowledge the file belongs to a legitimate software which you intentionally installed I would tend to believe the results of SAS. In any event, if you allow SAS to quarantine the file and later find that it was a false positive you can always restore it.

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