2 versions of Dll file used in our company's privacy/anti-tracking app are falsely marked as generic.ml by Palo Alto engine (results based on Virustotal scan report.)
File Hash: 6c7af7cf2a87f6a12be2b254cfc8349c
Link to Virustotal report for the file: https://www.virustotal.com/#/file/42db01439e1ab94638bb1c96b9e27a52c9a8a75e622e8f8df85241e895507cc7/d...
Current VirustTotal Verdict: generic.ml
File Hash: 5deecfe1beec58021a92e4838fc58e70
Current VirusTotal Verdict: generic.ml
These files are used by our app to provide anti-tracking and advertisment blocking services to our customers. Is there a possibility to whitelist these files by signature, so that we don't run into same FP in future? Thank you!
You had to wait for the update, it's showing clean now. If I understood the update correctly from our analysts, the signer has been added to the trusted signer list, but I don't have a way to verify that at this time. If you observe a new FP, please make sure to request the signer be added to the trusted list to prevent FP's from reocurring.
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