This only started happening today. The software in question is an EPUB reader called Neat Reader. I’m running Windows 10 and have Malwarebytes Pro browser guard.

Every time I launch the app, I get a popup saying there’s been an RTP/Trojan detection. The details for each of these detections are as follows:

– Domain:
– File: C:Program Files (x86)NeatReaderNeatReader.exe
– Category: Trojan
– Port: 443
– Type: outbound connection

I can’t upload any ebooks because Malwarebytes is blocking the apps connection to the internet, and I’m not sure if I should just create an exclusion. Weirdly, Malwarebytes also blocks the homepage for the software as malware.

Should I assume this is a false positive? I ran full scans with Malwarebyes and Windows Defender as well as scans with adwcleaner and HitmanPro and everything came back clean.

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  • rainrat

    November 21, 2021

    Port 443 is https (like the same protocol used by modern websites and browsers). “” is a hosting service that people can develop a web application. Seems like a false positive.

    Why did Malwarebytes detect it? Since the site hosts user-generated content, possibly someone used to to host malware at some point.


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