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Why malware bytes is treating kitty.exe (fork of PuTTy as quarantinable

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Hi, i am using kitty software, which is open source for some ssh session for autologin to the terminal.

But latest version of malware bytes , shows as this software having machine learning anamolous 94 percent. Ofcourse, i restore it to use. But would like to know, why this is shown as having some malware. What is meant by machine learning anamulous? what it denotes. please clarify .

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Its means the file has some non standard structures that is often seen in malware. Doesnt necessarily mean its 100% malware. Could you zip and attach the file here so we can check it?



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