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MachineLearning/Anomalous.100% false positive (software developer)

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 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.

In the attached .zip i've also saved "log.txt" which is the malwarebytes log of the scan.

Thank you

files.zip

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Thanks for reporting, we've fixed the issue.

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Ok, I will check it, could you delete files.zip from post.

If I make the updates would I have to do it again ?

How soon the fix will be working ?

 

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I would ask someone who can make it to delete or disable of downloading of uploaded file.

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Thanks David, I was looking for it and could not find it. Done

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5 minutes ago, Jakub said:

If I make the updates would I have to do it again ?

Possibly, I suggest reading the False Positives section of this post. If this happens again, please contact us.

9 minutes ago, Jakub said:

How soon the fix will be working ?

It should be available now. 

 

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I made the update of software and it again detectes as a "MachineLearning/Anomalous.100%" malware. 

Please fix it again.

es.rar

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7 hours ago, Jakub said:

I made the update of software and it again detectes as a "MachineLearning/Anomalous.100%" malware. 

Please fix it again.

es.rar 1.55 MB · 1 download

Hi. Can you try attaching the sample again or uploading it to VirusTotal and providing the link? I'm unable to extract anything from this archive you attached here

Regards

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