Webroot SecureAnywhere tags all keygen.exe files as 'W32.Malware.Gen'. Does it actually test them for anything at all? AFAIK, the ones I have on my system are not maliciious, have always worked OK, and are zero threat.
-- Roy Zider
WRSA version 22.214.171.124v.
Windows XP SP3
Best answer by TripleHelix
You can Submit the file here: http://snup.webrootcloudav.com/SkyStoreFileUploader/upload.aspx or if you have the MD5 or SHA256 Hashes you can always Submit a Support Ticket and ask Webroot to see if they will add Detection?
How about the opposite desired result? We have key generators that we WANT Webroot to dectect but is not doing so. How can we make it so that when a user downloads a crack or key gen is detected and quarantined?
EDIT: I see from your Profile that you are a Webroot MSP so it would be best to contact Webroot and ask them Directly: https://www.webroot.com/us/en/business/partners/msp-partner-program