Intego VirusBarrier found Malware (False Positive?)
I've been running TuneSpan 1.3.1 successfully for a long time on macOS 10.12 -- it's one of my most-often-used apps. I also use Intego VirusBarrier (10.9.14 (857)).
Today, I upgraded to macOS 10.13 (High Sierra) and coincidentally Intego updated it's products yesterday, along with a new set of malware definitions came down this morning. I have VirusBarrier set to perform an automatic quick scan of files always upon completion.
Today for the first time, VirusBarrier found "Malware: OSX/AMC.fs) in the Paddle-MS framework (whatever that is). The specific path to the infected file is: Macintosh SSD / Applications / TuneSpan.app / Contents / Frameworks / Paddle-MAS.framework / Versions / A / Paddle-MAS
I changed nothing with TuneSpan in months since obtaining it from the macOS App Store, so I suspect either High Sierra is causing a problem and/or today's Intego VirusBarrier update may be indicating a false positive. I've just reported this to Intego and provided the flagged Paddle-MS file within the package for their analysis, but wanted to post here in case someone else runs into this. I'll post back here when I have a conclusion from Intego.