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  1. That worked. Thanks! I just ordered a Sectigo EV Code Signing Certificate. Will that help to decrease the frequency of false detections? Thanks again!
  2. I'm pretty sure it us, but I'll zip it and upload it again. EZPlayDJ (2).zip
  3. I still get the detection. Malwarebytes says it is up to date. Here's the log. Detection-Log 20191214.txt
  4. Here's the latest log, from early this morning. Detection-Log 20191213.txt
  5. It happens on my PC. I tried restoring it in the Malwarebytes GUI a few times and kept getting the detection until I figured out that restoring it wasn't enough -- I had to add it to the Allow List to quit getting the detection. This is a new computer and i installed Malwarebytes within the last few days. Maybe the installation doesn't automatically update the virus definition file. The new minimalist GUI doesn't tell me how old the file is. I have updated the virus definition file and restarted the computer. I removed ezplaydj.exe from the Allow list and am now getting the detection again. What would you like me to do next? And longer term, what can I do? This is a VB6 program wrapped by Instant Protection Plus from softwarekey.com and in an installation file created using Inno Setup. I suppose I should get an SSL certificate and protect something (unwrapped exe, wrapped exe, installation exe, who knows). Is there anything else I can do? I am rewriting the program in C#, but I need an interim solution. Thanks.
  6. Customers are having difficulty running my product, the EZ Play DJ (see www.ezplaydj.com) because it is being identified as having 'MachineLearning/Anomalous.100%'. I believe it is a false positive. Please analyze this ASAP. I had a similar problem at least twice before, and you fixed it those times. This program is used by hundreds of dance studios and is used for dance competitions. I'd hate to see one of those DJs get the program quarantined just before a competition. It has to work again ASAP. Thanks. EZPlayDJ.zip mbst-grab-results.zip Detection-Log.txt
  7. Customers are having difficulty running my product, the EZ Play DJ (see www.ezplaydj.com) because it is being identified as having 'MachineLearning/Anomalous.100%'. I believe it is a false positive. Please analyze this ASAP. I had a similar problem a few months ago, and you fixed it then. Thanks. EZPlayDJ.zip ScanLog-20191005.txt
  8. It works. Thanks! Is this going to happen every time I create a new release, or is it permanently fixed? Regards, Harry
  9. The previous fix worked, but I created a new version of the program and it happened again. Here are the three files. Please fix it. Thanks. Detection Log.txt EZPlayDJ.zip mbst-grab-results.zip
  10. I'm getting a false positive for MachineLearning/Anomalous.100%. The program is written in Visual Basic 6 and wrapped with InstantPlus, a product of Concept Software (softwarekey.com). It is then packaged into an installation file by Inno Software. It is used by dance studios and DJs who play at professional dance competitions to play music. I'd hate to see one of those DJs get the program quarantined just before a competition. I am attaching the files that I think you need. Please help! Thanks. Detection Log.zip EZPlayDJ.zip mbst-grab-results.zip
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