Still making those schoolboy errors, are we?
I guess I am entering my second childhood.
Glad everything worked out OK, I hate it when these programs we've used for years get too big for their boots and end up tacking a load of other features on that we don't need. What were simple and effective programs end up as bloatware.
Totally. In the good old days, the one-two punch of Adaware and Spybot S&D were all you needed to banish the majority of ad/mal-ware. They were purely on demand. Then always on features and "immunizations" started creeping in until the feature creep and bloat caused almost as many problems as did the malware they were trying to defend against.
My first run of Adaware 9 removed not only LB2.exe as a false positive, but several other Janes .exe files as well (and I think some non-Janes). Luckily, it was as simple matter to restore them from quarrantine, set the software to IGNORE them, and peace was restored throughout the kingdom. With version 10, IGNORE didn't seem to do anything to its voracious appetite for preventing LB2 from running and slowing down everything else.
Guess I will just rely on my periodic MalwareBytes scans for protection.