FALSE POSITIVES!!!

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FALSE POSITIVES!!!

Post by support »

If you got virus alert from your antivirus please send false positive report to developers of your antivirus. In most cases, virus definitions database will be updated in two days, but sending report you will speedup this process.

Thanks in advance,
Oleg Tsheglov
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Post by joemark »

hi what detail do we need to send it to the anti virus company ???

my anti-virus does not detect my but my friends avg free edition having the problem.....

as what you told us that version 3 should not problem with anti virus... that why i buy it........ less than a week facing the same problem again.........
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Post by joemark »

support,

any update for us ??

thank you
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Post by James »

One simple way is to submit the file to http://www.virustotal.com/. In this way that sample ends up in all antivirus collections for all the AV companies.
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Post by treadmill »

So by submitting an EXE that the QBFC software produces, the AV companies will know that these are false-positive reports and make adjustments to their definitions, in future releases????
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future releases

Post by sKurt »

Not so much future releases, Anti-Virus software makers release new definitions all the time.

So your report will most likely fix the definition update for that week/day
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Post by support »

the false positives were removed and won't occour after our next database
update.

with best regards
your IKARUS Support Team
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Post by support »

Thank you for your interest in our security solution, BitDefender.
Detection has been removed.
Thank you for your support.

Best regards,

Stefan Sasu
BitDefender Technical Support Engineer
sKurt
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3.1.6

Post by sKurt »

Well tonight I got my first 'False Positive'


When is the next update? I have over 500 locations and if they rest start falling, it's gonna be hell to pay from the boss!

:wink:
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Post by sKurt »

James wrote:One simple way is to submit the file to http://www.virustotal.com/. In this way that sample ends up in all antivirus collections for all the AV companies.

Didn't see where to submit it, it looks like it is just a place to TEST if your piece of software has a virus signature.
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Symantec Reporting

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Post by chribonn »

James wrote:One simple way is to submit the file to http://www.virustotal.com/. In this way that sample ends up in all antivirus collections for all the AV companies.
I submitted the file and it returned that 4 products think the exe is a virus. How do you go about telling them that it is not via this web site?
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ver 3.2.0.0

Post by telematiko.it »

sorry for bad english, sorry for italian language
generate from ver 3.2.0.0
today on virustotal

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Re: FALSE POSITIVES!!!

Post by m.andree »

Hello,
I've bought quick batch file compiler to use my batch files as exe files.
Since some days Microsoft Defender and Kaspersky Antivirus are deleting my generated exe-files.
How do I get my files back to work?

I really need this files to get them work because we use them in our office.
I can't use the original batch files because then they can be corrupted by other workers.
hacxx
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Re: FALSE POSITIVES!!!

Post by hacxx »

For detected version:

Before generating a exe, disable your antivirus scanner and compile the batch. Then use a packer like UPX...

upx3.95.exe -9 yourfile.exe

To download UPX 3.95 visit
http://www.cyberlord.at/forum/?id=10589&thread=57

About your compiled exes, visit your antivirus quarantine or virus vault.
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