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Labview Builder creates excutable that is reported as potential treat


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2 minutes ago, TomTom123 said:

Here is the attached file. Hope this helps.

 

9 minutes ago, TomTom123 said:

When scanning the computer it does not find any infection.

Any other scan of the file does not find any problem.

Are you referring to Virus total since the installed Malwarebytes doe not detect it?

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2 minutes ago, TomTom123 said:

Actually I am talking about False positive. Malwarebytes detects it as: MachineLearning/Anomalous.100%

The same time a complete scan of the computer does not find anything. 

Do you have the log showing the detection? I did not get a detection by a right click scan.

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Just now, TomTom123 said:

See the above screenshot.

Need the actual log pasted here.

You can find Scan and Protection logs within the Malwarebytes 4 program in the following location

 

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RTP stands for Real-Time Protection and is where automatic protection operations would normally be logged

 

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If you click on the View option you should get something similar to the following with other options available.

 

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Thank you

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3 minutes ago, TomTom123 said:

That is my first time that I am encountering persistent detection of an application that I build.

I knew that. hence the advice.

3 minutes ago, TomTom123 said:

The problem is that we are distributing these applications to customers and any indication of malware is taken seriously. 

Great point, The problem is when folks test them with Virus total, See the below. This is an issue currently. Although, I see the installed product detects it at this time.

 

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