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MachineLearning/Anomalous.94% Detect on a software for Texture dilation


Envy14
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Hi there,

Today I bought a little 2D software for Texture dilation, I scanned the software before I launch it was clean but after that, I scanned it with the virus total gave me (1 security vendor flagged this file as malicious) ( was detected by Malwarebytes) so of course I was afraid to launch it.

 how can I know whether it was a false positive or a real threat? and is it possible to send a private message to one of the staff to check whether it is a false positive or a real threat?

 

Thanks in advance,

 

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6 minutes ago, Envy14 said:

how can I know whether it was a false positive or a real threat?

Actually, it will be faster to attach the link to that VT report and zip and attach the file here. Only authorized people have access to the files in this section.

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Also ways to tell from the virusotal repot. 

date first scanned.

date last scanned

amount of positives. 

if they file is older then a month on vt and rescanned recently, only shows less then 3 hits or so its more then likely a fp. 

 

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Thanks for all these explanations, So can I launch it without worrying about anything? because google chrome warned me again about it when I went to the website to redownload it (Maybe dangerous). can I ignore that too?

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