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We are facing some false positive issues in the software we develop. Here is a link to download a sample installer and also individual content:
We think this could have been caused by the use of an EXE protector/packer/antidebug/anti-tampering
Unfortunately we can't stop using it for security reasons but we digitally sign all the installers and files, so we hope you can whitelist our digital signature, since this is causing many reputation issues to our company and negatively affecting to our relation with customers.
Here you have links to the report of both files on VirusTotal:
Thank you very much in advance.
If you should need any further details or contact information, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Submitted analysis for
afc4aff64a02d2f697d8ca413984524524c819a4667d9ace9bfed45ed589ecfe is the sha256 of the ZIP files. We don't create verdicts or signatures for ZIP files. That file is being blocked due to file inside being found to be malware:
FeasaTerminal.exe with sha256
decd12804e4781be496b6451460bf89f51a215e609775dd31052fbb4c8d8a900 separatelly for analysis.
If these are found to be Benign, the associated signature will get disabled within the next 3 business days.
The following samples were changed to a Benign verdict:
The change will reflect in tomorrow's Antivirus release.
Your digital signatur will be added to our trusted signer list.
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