Welcome! Just a short post on a publisher called Safe Down. I just found a download named Java_Setup.exe that was digitally by this publisher, and it turns out that it is detected by some anti-virus programs.
What caught my attention was that the download was called Java_Setup.exe. This might look like an official Java download, but it is not. If it was an official download, it should be digitally signed by Oracle INC.
22% of the scanners detected the file. ESET-NOD32 reports Java_Setup.exe as a variant of Win32/AdWare.iBryte.BM, Fortinet detects it as W32/Zbot.AAN!tr, Kaspersky calls it Trojan.Win32.Badur.joje, McAfee reports IBryte-FRK and VIPRE names it Optimum Installer (fs).
Did you also find a Safe Down file?
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