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Hello, i'm trying to install a tool used for medical billing on a user's computer in an enterprise environment. For Skilled Nursing Facility patients on a Fee-for-service medical plan, this pricer is used to take diagnoses codes and turn them into billing codes with a monetary value. Since medicare guidelines and approved codes change so often, the only way to bill accurately is to use their tool. In the past I've downloaded them from CMS' website ( https://www.cms.gov/Medicare/Medicare-Fee-for-Service-Payment/PCPricer/SNF ). As of today, our Malwarebytes Endpoint Protection is grabbing the .exe as a malware threat and quarantining them. Releasing them and trying to run again just loops the process. I've not found anything on the cloud admin portal where I can go in and white list the file name I've attached one version (there's one for every year, this is 2020) How can I get these installed, and tune our endpoint protection to stop grabbing them? SNF FY2020.4 PC.zip
A false positive appeared on my scan. The application, files and identified 'malware' is written by my company and I can confirm that these are not threats. They are designed to interact with a very specialized piece of equipment that is interfaced via the Aspire software. Can anyone point me in the right direction to have these files 'whitelisted'? Many thanks.