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These messages are sent by users who think that there is a problem in my Web site, because they cannot browse into a Web page in my site or download a utility from my site. But once again, this problem is caused by Antivirus or Firewall that decided to block my Web site without explaining the user about the site blocking.
And here comes a security problem too: The problem is that a AV developer cannot whitelist too much, since then virus developer can write their virus in a way so it will fit a whitelist signature and skip detection.And the AV developer cannot put too much whitelists, since it will be huge for users to download, especially if the user comes home from a long holyday and should apply a update while their last update is 1 month old.
Just a Note..I have used your software on several occasions..and thank you for the great work.I use Trend Micro..and I have submitted several time false positives to them.I receive no reply so I have no idea how they handle that,it has even gone so far as to block your website.and if I do bypass that it wont allow me to download anything.
Hello,I use Kaspersky Internet Security 2012. I tried to download the NirLauncher ZIP File with all the Apps included. After the Download is complete, Kaspersky searches the File and detects niffpass.exe as a Hack Tool. Kaspersky instantly cleans the ZIP File from this App. The result is the following: WinRAR told me the ZIP Package is damaged and cannot be extracted. This makes the complete Launcher App useless.
I have exactly the same experience. I have developed a rss reader which is downloadable through our website. The setup is packed with upx for saving bandwith. Since years we again and again have to tell AV companies that our software neither is a backdoor nor contains any virus.What we need is to collectively sue those av corps for compensations,so that a false positive will be really expensive for the AV corps.Now, they just dont care as there is no negative consequence fir them.
=====I am long back suggested by a cryptographic software developer to issue signed software from our website (we being a software download website) as part of enhancing trust upon downloads offered through our website
Now to the main MSE application to remove the file from quarantaine (history tab)It is not there, the .zip file was downloaded in the selected placeUnzip, again an MSE popupremove from quarantaine, again popup, etc etc until you exclude the file in this location or update an older version, in an already excluded location.
I downloaded two programs from your site, Lsasecretsdump and Lsasecretsview. They both were flagged as having viruses from my antivirus program, Avira Free Antivirus. The viruses names are SPR/PSW.WinPassViewer.AL and SPR/PSW.LsasView.A
I agree with this issue completely. I have been offering a program for the last 10+ years and each year it gets more difficult for users to load due to virus program saying it is a possible virus. I once tried to get a company to put it on the safe list but it was basically a good luck buddy response. Like trying to get an audience with the pope or trying to get an answer from the federal government. I am 100% convinced people are not downloading the program due to these messages and rightfully so. However it is costing myself some sales as well as them a quality and affordable tool.
Pretty much all of my applications get hit by this. Today I tried to download one from my website to check something from a user perspective. The download was blocked by Edge. I allowed that, but then Defender deleted the downloaded file. Allowing the file did not make it reappear in downloads, so I had to redownload it, and Edge blocked it again, the message said that it was harmful software.
I tried to update to version 1.66, downloaded from this site. Every time I tried to copy the exe file out of the zip file, Microsoft Security Essentials sucks it in.Claims: HackTool:Win32/Passview!MSRAlert level is HighRecommended action: Remove this software immediately.This is their further explanation: -us/wdsi/threats/malware-encyclopedia-description?name=HackTool%3aWin32%2fPassview!MSR&threatid=2147744267
I think you (all small developers facing the same problem) should collectively file a lawsuit against these stupid antivirus companies and could state your problems in the court and bring about a law that requires these companies to mandatorly display complete information of any software flagged as malware by them to the user and have an easy was to report false positives in their websites and must resolve the issue in a fixed amount of time and until then, not flag it as malware and just flag it as being processed for false positive. These so called antivirus companies have no right to defame you without evidence and proper disclosure of why a product has been flagged as a malware. I am sure that this is possible to implement by any antivirus company and people will benefit from it. Make all your points in courts and see what can be done. 2b1af7f3a8