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MachineLearning/Anomalous97% on compiled c# applet


emerysteele
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I'm getting a false positive on a c# applet I've made and compiled in Visual Studio.

Wondering if it could be checked + added to the database?

Would like to publish the code on github, but others would run into the same issue when they compile and run it (if they have malwarebytes).

Attached exe that's getting flagged, but can upload source code or link to github project too if needed.

MacroDeck WebView.zip

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Thanks for reporting. Is the exe you attached the final version?

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Also, If you are a developer, while building your application,  I suggest you exclude the working/building directory from detection via the exclusion settings in Malwarebytes. This since our Anomaly detection might possibly detect some of the files you are building.
Once the application/project is final and ready to be shared with others, in most cases it won't be detected anymore since it won't be triggered as "anomalous" anymore either.

In case a "final project" is still detected, please let us know (include the sample), so we can add it to our database of known good apps as well to prevent this in the future.

For more information, please read MachineLearning/Anomalous Detections and Explanation.

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I have had these issues a long time ago. To prevent this I removed a packer which pack the DLL-files into the executable.

Then I added all DLL-files into the folder where my executable was. And since that I no longer get these detection's anymore. If this is not the case, then I'm sorry if I didn't help you.

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