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Why does Malwarebytes list the prefs.js file as a pup.optional.crossrider

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I just ran a scan with Malwarebytes AM Free and it listed the prefs.js file as a pup.optional.crossrider threat almost 100 times and once as a pup.optional.Spigot. Does it look inside the file? Is it an issue?

I just ran a scan with Malwarebytes AM Free and it listed the prefs.js file as a pup.optional.crossrider threat almost 100 times and once as a pup.optional.Spigot. Does it look inside the file? Is it an issue?

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If you read it carefuly, you will notice it listed a line of code within the file. What does the whole message about that file say?