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Machine Learning/Anomolous 95%

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Hi, I made a 3rd party launcher for a small game I play, the game is a jar file and is a resource in my exe and the exe just basically drops the jar file if it's not already there and then runs it with some command line arguments for the java vm. It's compiled with Visual Studio, written in C#, not compressed at all and assuming I did it right...it should be signed (also using visual studio).

Just wondering why it's being detected as "Machine Learning/Anomolous 95%" and if I can do anything to avoid it that I haven't already done, or if it can be excluded (despite not actually having control of the jar file which auto updates when the game developer pushes an update)

I've included a sample of the exe and can include the source if needed (it's only a few lines)

 

Cheers,

Thorpy

Runique.exe.sample.txt

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