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  1. I've just pushed a small update on my software to fix a small bug (The only difference in the whole code it's that I've just removed a space in a string), but that bug was preventing users to load .ini files which is one of the core features, so i had to do a quick fix. Malwarebytes on my pc is back at recognizing it as a malware. I've uploaded again on virus total but it didn't find anything (even after a few rescan). https://www.virustotal.com/gui/file/6ffbb7b73c00bf00a41234c519a83ec2cee3cd5d7ac5e93f812f1c17fba7c608/detection The detection is still "MachineLearning/Anomalous.100%" I've attached the new .exe, the .dll that is needed to the .exe to work and the malwarebytes log in the zipped file. Would it help if every build I do is uploaded (even the developers one) to virus total? Will this train malwarebytes to stop recognizing my software as a malware? Thank you. DML2_publish.zip
  2. My desktop PC keeps detecting it as a malware, even after a few reboots. However on my laptop it's not detected anymore. So probalbly some sort of caching is happening on my desktop (What file should I delete to force malwarebytes to truly rescan?). I uploaded just the .exe on virustotal as you suggested and malwarebyte does not detected it. https://www.virustotal.com/gui/file/4fc7fc31e2e3afac8a41bda3230b9aca87907711d1eaaab9ddf372e6c87474ce/detection Thank you.
  3. Thank you, how much do I have to wait before the malwarebyte definition updates rolls out? (I've checked a few minuts ago, after I deleted temp files and I rebooted my pc, malwarbytes still detects it). Also I would like to know if I have to resend the exe every time i update my software and also what kind of suspicius behaviour my software had that may have triggered malwarebytes machine learning heuristic, so next time I can avoid it. Thanks again for your help.
  4. Hi, I've just finished developing my software, and I was ready to release it, but Malwarebytes detected it as a "MachineLearning/Anomalous.100%" malware. I know I'ts a false positive because I developed the software. The .exe file in the .zip it's the one that has been detected. It's a C# (.Net framework 3.5) frontend that provides a user interface to start another software (Not included as it's not mine and it's not recognized as a malware) with some arguments (arguments depends on what the user do within the frontend). It stores some data to keep preferences in a folder in %appdata% and download from the internet a text file that it use to eventually notify the user about a new version. The same txt also contains 2 urls, one for the new version download page and the other one it's used to download another text file that contains the full changelog history. That pretty much all it does. The p36_utilities.dll it's a library that I wrote and it contains some generic functions to read and write data. My software need it to work. It was not detected. In the attached .zip i've also saved "log.txt" which is the malwarebytes log of the scan. Thank you DML2.zip
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