I'm the author of this extension: https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=ionoy.XamarinFormsLive-18843
There is a xlserver.exe file that is a simple .NET assembly serving as a TCP server. There is nothing malicious which can be easily verified. Please remove the false positive.
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File Hash: 6bf09b81fd56d6fdb4558018540dc5cf760c9dadc73b7c633fe76372297cc2d2
Link to Virustotal report for the file: https://www.virustotal.com/#/file/6bf09b81fd56d6fdb4558018540dc5cf760c9dadc73b7c633fe76372297cc2d2/d...
Current VirustTotal Verdict: generic.ml
Description: xlserver.exe is the file that is contained inside VSIX package, which is actually a ZIP with another extension. My client has a corporate firewall or something, that is based on VirusTotal. Out of all vendors, only Palo Alto and CrowdStrike detected it as a possible malware. It's easy to check `xlserver.exe` because it's an unobfuscated .NET assembly. There is nothing malicious inside.
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