There is actually four executable/code files all together FYI:
MacroMonkey.exe and MacroMonkey.dll
Anyhow false positives. It's too bad sloppy Virus scanners cause more harm then (and missunderstandings) then good some times.
They "cry wolf" (see: The Boy Who Cried Wolf
) so much, it's hard to know what to believe with some.
Those lazy bastards should be publicly flogged for even considering them self an "anti-virus" company!
At any rate, they are false positives based on either having a hook library, and, and, or, because they are packed/encrypted.
The only thing that will have network APIs is "MacroMonkey.exe" since MM has a network library (see:
If you don't believe me, run things under a "sand box", network monitoring tools, etc.
If you find anything malicious at all, post it here!
Furthermore as you can see I'm not a first time poster and been around a while.
I wouldn't risk:
A) A major crime in my country (it's illegal to upload malware here).
B) Getting banned here.
Plus if I was "malicious", I would and could make it so that no modern virus scanner would even find a payload!
I wish the hell these virus scanner companies were more "competent"..