TeamViewer Note.App reported as a threat

A scan by F-Secure on my new MacBook Pro reports a file within the TeamViewer app as a threat. The path/filename is so long that the Filename field cannot be expanded sufficiently to see the actual file that is being reported.

 

I suspect that this is not actually a risk to my machine but any advice would be much appreciated.

 

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  • LakshLaksh Posts: 4,444 Community Manager

    Hello St0ker,

     

    We are aware of this issue and we're working on this. The detected files mostly in our cases are a False Positive and has been marked as clean in our database.

     

    Do you still happen to see the detection now? If yes, please provide us a screenshot of the detection name for us to check further.

    St0ker
  • VetraciVetraci Posts: 156 Adventurer

    False positive is still present! File is named "libswiftDispatch.dylib".

     

    @St0kerIf you click on the detected file name with 'two fingers on your touchpad' you can choose "show in Finder".

    St0ker
  • LakshLaksh Posts: 4,444 Community Manager

    Hello Vetraci,

     

    If you are still seeing any detections, please submit the affected file to us via here.

     

  • St0kerSt0ker Posts: 2

    Many Thanks for the replies.

     

    I ran a scan this morning and the issue seems to be cleared.

     

    If this happens in the future I will know how to see the full filename and send it for analysis.

     

     

  • VetraciVetraci Posts: 156 Adventurer

    Named 'False postive' is solved now, thanks @Laksh. Smiley Happy

  • LakshLaksh Posts: 4,444 Community Manager

    Thank you for the updates, @St0ker and @Vetraci. Good to hear that the issue is resolved.

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