According to an official comment filed by a forum moderator at MBAM Forums, the detection of GetFLV has been known as yet another false positive. And that Malware flag would be removed in the next update of the MBMA client. Make the best of this post if you're also having issue using GetFLV.
How to Uninstall A Trojan Horse in Less than 2 Mintes?
Here's how you can perform the uninstall of GetFLV manually. Just get the most out of that troubleshooting thread so you can clear any other undesired installations in your operating system.
To remove any other truly frightening form/variants of malware such as computer viruses, rogueware, ransomware and alike, you must seek those professional help, and always avoid those manually-generated how-to guides on the web. For example, none can handle such a Trojan Horse with the help of Control Panel on a Windows-based computer. At this point, we highly recommend Symantec's Norton Security Products to you. To secure your digital world like a pro, you gotta give one of the recommendations a try. It too would be worth your while to check the latest offers from the top-grade security company worldwide. Please note that, Norton has teamed up with IAC's Ask dot com. Then, you can consider, of course, turning down that risk-free "offer" and keep using your current browser configurations, just by the way.
Furthermore, that's being said, such an aggressive agent can also be used to download adware, riskware and malware remotely. Then, how we can protect our computers against those badware on the web?
1stly, please make the best of Google's VirusTotal if you are still new to the aforesaid Norton Security and/or other well-known security program. Moreover, you too had better learn how to do a clean install of your downloaded app even when it comes to the said security software, e.g., Intel's McAfee LiveSafe 2016. More? AMD's Raptr & PlaysTV; Reimage Repair & Reimage Protector
2ndly, always slow down your mouse when surfing the internet. Beware of those potentially risky/fake pop-up when visiting/browsing some site that could have been hacked. For interest, you can read this story regarding the infection of MegaBackup. More? Web Bar & Conduit Search; WeatherBug & APNToolBar.
Now you, again: To be reactive or, to be more proactive?