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If I delist this it wont help as you have 2 mistakes that are killing you when it comes to heuristics:

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The other problem is what you used to build/protect this is also used to protect malware thus our and other generic AV hits.

File ResiZe_2.0.exe received on 2010.06.14 23:10:53 (UTC)

Result: 12/41 (29.27%) <- this was 7/41 the previous scan so detection is growing, just to let you know.

a-squared 2010.06.14 Trojan-Downloader!IK

CAT-QuickHeal 10.00 2010.06.14 Worm.Taterf.b

ClamAV 2010.06.15 PUA.Packed.ASPack

Comodo 5102 2010.06.14 UnclassifiedMalware

Ikarus T3. 2010.06.14 Trojan-Downloader

McAfee-GW-Edition 2010.1 2010.06.14 Artemis!1E0FCE5EB000

nProtect 2010-06-14.02 2010.06.14 Trojan/W32.Agent.154624.AT

Panda 2010.06.14 Suspicious file

PCTools 2010.06.14 Trojan.Generic

Prevx 3.0 2010.06.15 Medium Risk Malware

Symantec 20101.1.0.89 2010.06.14 Trojan Horse

TrendMicro 2010.06.14 PAK_Generic.001

I will delist this but it wont help the bigger picture.

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Ok thanks for comments.

I'm working on V3 of resize, it will be bigger and i'll write informations about project inside.

I'm using (the great) Pure Basic.

Bad Note :

The most populars AV detect software as malwares just because the exe is small or beacause the is no incon on it ! it's amazing like they work !

I have made a simple test with a "Hello World" window with a MessageRequester() and it has also been detect like a malware by lot's of AV.

If i include a big PNG picture on it, only 1 AV detect it like a malware, it's so ridiculus !

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