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False positive on a Excel spreadsheet protected by DoneEx Compiler


jmoylan69

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I wrote a spreadsheet that is used for  wildland fire suppression resource estimation. To protect this spreadsheet I use DoneEx excel compiler to convert the file to binary. Malwarebytes has flagged as MachineLearning/Anomalous.100% 

Is there a way to fix this so that malwarebytes does not flag it?

 

 

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Could you post the log.

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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Just now, jmoylan69 said:

Ok on your last post i am not sure what I am supposed to do? I've attached the file and sent it via your messenger 

I do not work for the company. I just needed you to do things to get your case solved. The link I posted will let staff download the file so it can be addressed.

You have nothing to do except wait for the staff's response now.

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Yes copy that, I already saw that you didn't work for the company and no worries there. I am planning on selling this file on my website and was just surprised that it was flagged on my own PC. so if it will flag on my laptop then it is sure to flag on everyone else's so no worries. I will gladly work with anyone to get it resolved as I know it is a single ***** math spreadsheet and i let DoneEx do the compiling to protect the years of work i put into the math. that's all.

 

 

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