Regards,Rob Philpott. Please enable cookies to ensure the proper experience. Opera seems to be the ONLY browser that works to post a comment here! After a time it will become an authority on established developers. http://fusionphp.net/net-framework/net-framework-2-0.html
Bunkerman Says: June 2nd, 2009 at 8:32 pm Avira Antivir 2009:'SPR/Tool.KeyView' [riskware]. Everything was working smoothly. I used a panel to hold the AVI video (using Microsoft.DirectX.AudioVideoPlayback) and a PictureBox to hold the transparent image (PNG format). How do you deal with it?I've never really thought about it before. https://www.reddit.com/r/techsupport/comments/5epzvq/net_framework_headache/?ref=readnext
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You have to buy their higher corporate version in order to not have it happen. frankie Says: March 3rd, 2010 at 8:00 am i love these tools sad to hear that small companies are being target as victims as viruses into there software but the bad Best regards, Ladislav Krejci AVG Technical Support website: http://www.avg.com mailto: [email protected] Lauren Says: January 11th, 2010 at 5:57 am I 100% agree with you. Robert S.
Rarst Says: May 19th, 2009 at 8:48 am My scripts in AutoIt (AutoHotkey is spinoff of it) get false positives all the time. Anyway, I thought I would mention my frustration with NIS in this situation after reading your blogs about most of the major antivirus companies finding false positives for viruses in a Being a technical at testing lab this quite annoying that I cannot use some tools necessary for work. Was it the code itself, or that it was hard-coded for my domain, I dunno.
NirSoft has so many great utilities it's sad to see this situation crop up again. Terms of Service Layout: fixed | fluid Not Found The requested URL /blog/entity-framework-headaches/528/ was not found on this server. and yet we are seen as the bad guys from people who don't know, or don't have the needs we have ... They also provide a way to pass along through the program to all other users whether something seemed safe after using it.
I have same problem with my Nod32 when developping my own crypter for my own programs... http://blog.nirsoft.net/2009/05/17/antivirus-companies-cause-a-big-headache-to-small-developers/ megablue Says: October 5th, 2009 at 3:00 pm I faced the exact problem, my legit program has been classified as trojan/virus... You will never get 100% coverage since today software is plugable/configurable. I am using an antivirus called VIPRE which is claimed by most organizations as the best antivirus software available.
I have linked to this blog on my site. get redirected here Of course, that is all based on opinion, but I am happy to pass mine along about NirSoft products to try and help. The actual account used can be modified in web.config on 2000 and XP and by changing the application pool settings on Server 2003. It is not getting ridiculous - it has been ridiculous for a long time now.
sceptic Says: December 8th, 2009 at 8:56 pm I have uploaded IE Passviewer on virustotal.com. 16 out of 41 scanners classified it as Security Risk. Kwon Sung June at Acorn Publishing for his support. Sigh really Turbine, 1.1... http://fusionphp.net/net-framework/dot-net-framework.html Every third party activity taking place in the sacred chambers of the Windows shrine or when you're touching the tender bits of the OS they raise false alarms.
That's what .NET 3.5 is. For details, there is a now classic blog post that I believe is the clearer picture for what it is 3.5 (the "greenbits") and 2.0/3.0 the first of all and largly about commercial antiviruses that use these methodes for getting more and more profit without real thinking about end-users or software developers.besides that computers and networking All as admin of course.
it's not like you don't know what you get into...) AV should consider that fact... This was done in response to malware authors running their code through the engines in order to obfuscate more effectively. We communicate with anti-virus vendors every month, but false alarms come back. Andrew Lygin20-Jul-06 10:13 Andrew Lygin20-Jul-06 10:13 You can use a transparent (TransparencyKey = BackColor) form above your panel.
Oh, just to check the obvious: You're running the 1.1 install from a fully privileged account, not a restricted user account, right? It does also try to scan for unknown viruses by detecting "viral behaviour". It is also useful in that it lets me control and suspect program (Let's me run an infected program while denying it networking and file system access) I'm not saying Kaspersky http://fusionphp.net/net-framework/net-framework-2-0-x6-or-net-framework-1-1.html I'd been toying with some ideas along these lines, but I was hoping to avoid them.
I do hope AVG and the other AV software vendors get this sorted. Anders Hejlsberg (Turbo Pascal inventor, Delphi Lead Architect at Borland and now lead C# architect at MS) does explain why Javas checked exceptions are a nice concept but do break in I only have AV problems with your software when you use UPX for executable compression. Please start a New Thread if you're having a similar issue.View our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site.
I can see why this is unfair to the small SW developers. Peter Says: March 11th, 2010 at 2:51 pm Suggestion, for False Positives. I have a www application running in a Windows Server 2003 box. I am trying to find a contact I can get in touch with to report the problem to.