I have a folder on an external hard drive where I store downloaded software (install files only). I scanned it with Kapersky, which found one really old program to have malware. I therefore deleted it. I did another scan with Malwarebytes just for a second opinion, and it supposedly found a ton of stuff -- 43 pieces of malware. However, several executable files that it flagged are programs I wrote myself and am therefore certain contain no malware. I used to write programs with Visual BASIC 6. Sometimes if I was just writing something quick and easy, I would allow VB to use its default name for its executable: Project1.exe. Malwarebytes has flagged a bunch of these as malware. In addition it appears that Malwarebytes brands any file named "keygen.exe" as malware. Things named "patch.exe" also got flagged. "Removewat.exe" has also been flagged. That's a program I no longer need since I've switched to the Daz Loader, but I don't believe that program is malware. It's software that Malwarebytes evidently doesn't approve of. It never harmed my system when I was using it. Malwarebytes also flagged the file I used to kill Remove WAT. Is Malwarebytes just an application written by lazy programmers who figure they'll just brand anything with certain names as malware? The drive I scanned had just been scanned by Kapersky with the latest defs and had already removed the 1 piece of malware that it found. An update: I made a bunch of text files with notepad and named them "keygen.exe," "patch.exe," and "Project1.exe" and put them on an empty thumb drive, then scanned with Malwarebytes. None of them were falsely flagged.