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Vivado 2021.2 (vivado.exe)


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Sorry to hear that. I've whitelisted the file so it shouldn't happen again for that program. As a precaution, you can add the program your allow list. We suggest this to developers in order to avoid having their projects detected by our Machine Learning engine. You can read more in MachineLearning/Anomalous Detections and Explanation.

Thanks for reporting.

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I've for a path rule Xilinx apps on all my dev systems now, but there's other systems I don't manage that are probably at risk for being hit in the same way. One one hand I get that allow-listing on software dev systems generally makes things easier for developers with regards to FPs & performance hits, but I'm really not a fan of the soft target it can create if an attacker pivots through other lines of defense.

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