January Quicken update killed by Anti Virus

My anti-virus software is killing the January update and latest download of Quicken
It is Sentinel One next generation behavioral AV.
It seems to detect a keylogger installation, here are more details:

Infostealer

Keylogger Installation.
MITRE : Credential Access [T1056.001]
MITRE : Collection [T1056.001]

Injection

Code injection to other process memory space via Reflection.
MITRE : Defense Evasion [T1055][T1055.002]
MITRE : Privilege Escalation [T1055][T1055.002]

Suspicious library loaded into the process memory.

Evasion

Code injection to other process memory space during the target process' initialization
MITRE : Defense Evasion [T1055.012]
MITRE : Privilege Escalation [T1055.012]

Suspicious registry key was created.
MITRE : Defense Evasion [T1112]

Persistence

Application overwrote an existing com object with a new one.
MITRE : Persistence [T1546.015]
MITRE : Privilege Escalation [T1546.015]

Application registered itself to become persistent via COM object.
MITRE : Persistence [T1546.015]
MITRE : Privilege Escalation [T1546.015]

Answers

  • Zeno666
    Zeno666 Member
    Happened to me too! thank you for posting, this explains why my Quicken software vanished from my PC when I updated it, and I am unable to replace it by downloading the Quicken software from the Quicken website.

    I hope that Sentinel and Quicken will figure this out. I have 25 years of data at stake.
  • Chris_QPW
    Chris_QPW Member ✭✭✭✭
    edited January 8
    Have you considered the fact that your AV software might be at fault?
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