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I am the developer of NM Collector Software (https://www.nmcollector.net/).  I have been developing and distributing variations of this software for over 20 years.  I am using the B4X development environment (https://www.b4x.com/) for my current product.  It is java based but does produce a .exe file for use on windows.  

A customer of mine reported an issue with the software generated by Malwarebytes.  The log file is attached.I searched the B4X forums to see if it is a known issue and I found this response:

"This has come up before. The packaged exe works by creating a new process (ie starting Java). This is seen as a possible threat by "AI" based antivirus/antimalware software. I had this problem with Malwarebytes. I reported this as a false positive and don't have the issue anymore."

Also attached is a zip file containing all deployment files for the release that the customer found a problem with.

Thank you for your help with this!


Malware.txt NMCollectorCP_Win.zip

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I just received an update from my customer.  He said that when he runs the downloaded executable directly their is no longer a flag.  However, when he runs the installer and then tries to run the executable it is flagged.

Attached is his latest log and my installer.


Malware Quarantined log.txtSetup NMCollectorCP.zip

Malware Quarantined log.txt

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