I'm using the programming language Nim (https://nim-lang.org/) and it seems that anything I compile with the Nim compiler is stopped by Traps as Malware. The Nim compiler emits C code, which is compiled by GCC. If I compile plain C code with the same version of GCC, Trap does not trigger.
Here's one of the events:
Sent: True SentToServerTime: 25.09.2017 13:26:20 Historic: False SourceProcessName: test.exe PreventionKey: 9a9eba67-4795-44c4-977d-607d9abe6331 UtcTime: 25.09.2017 13:26:18 TimeZoneOffsetMinutes: 120 Message: Suspicious process detected UserName: TrapsVersion: 220.127.116.11872 CyveraComponent: COMPONENT_LOCAL_ANALYSIS CyStatus: CYSTATUS_MALICIOUS_EXE PreventionMode: Terminate Quarantine: No ContentVersion: 22-1741 LocalIp: ProcessName (SourceProcess): test.exe ProcessFullPath (SourceProcess): C:\Users\auwi\Projects\test.exe ProcessHash (SourceProcess): 7CB6CD3F635E9907A4AE9028F03BA71F7E73FBE7696C42065FAEE9875DAA5AB2 Arguments (SourceProcess): C:\Users\auwi\Projects\test.exe Source (SourceProcess): Unknown Verdict: Malware
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