ClamTK Results Help

I scanned a possibly infected computer with a Linux boot cd and used ClamTK for the scan.  Please see the attached pic for the results.  I suspect that McAfee being infected with a trojan is just a false positive, but the 31b9e.msi file is a concern.
Jeremy TyreDistributed Computer Systems AnalystAsked:
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Its a false positive. the 31b9e.msi is the (de-)installer of mcafee. To be sure run a online scan against the machine.

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Jeremy TyreDistributed Computer Systems AnalystAuthor Commented:
I knew it... McAfee is really a Trojan!  That explains so much.  

Thanks for the help Wilder
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