I'd like to request a review of the following file, which users running Traps have notified us as being flagged as Generic.ml, though no other engine on VirusTotal detects it as malicious:
|Link to Virustotal report for the file:||https://www.virustotal.com/gui/file/6963415f6681a2f5cff8ef1494b7dc85924a95cb5066425943e88107bc433a7d...|
|Current VirusTotal Verdict:||Generic.ml (1/70)|
|Description:||ce11-2019110801-windows_x86_64.exe is one of a variety of applications that members of the Charity Engine distributed computing pool download and run in order to participate in solving complicated tasks too difficult for any one system to solve on its own. These tasks range from charitable scientific research to commercial endeavors. On recent popular example is in solving the very last "Sum of three cubes" problem for 42, a mathematical riddle that had remained unsolved for 65 years (see https://phys.org/news/2019-09-sum-cubes-solvedusing-real-life.html if interested).|
Thank you for your help --
The false positive has been fixed, thank you. Is there something we can do for future applications to make them more trusted or otherwise less likely to be labeled as malware? We do digitally sign them already. Thanks again for your help.
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