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I am trying to figure out why MalwareBytes is flagging my internally developed click once application as MachineLearning/Anomalous.95%

This is an application that I am working on for use at my office. It is not being distributed outside of company.

Paying a large fee for an application digital signature is not an option, and the application is being flagged both unsigned, and signed with a test certificate.

 

Is there anything I can do within my click once deployment to stop malwarebytes from falsely claiming it is malicious? 

Thanks,

-Larry 

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It doesn't get flagged during development. It runs fine.  It is when I test deployment that it gets flagged. Click Once uses odd, random, difficult to find locations when deploying the app.

Is there nothing I can do to stop this, other than removing MalwareBytes?  

Virustotal.com shows MalwareBytes and 2 others as falsely flagging as malicious. The remaining 65 scans pass it.  

I would prefer to continue using MalwareBytes if possible, but don't want to go around searching for installation folders and whitelisting them every time I deploy an internal application.

 

Thanks,

-Larry

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