CloneBD false positive [Virustotal]

Discussion in 'CloneBD' started by blank, Jul 7, 2017.

  1. blank

    blank Well-Known Member

    Perhaps the devs can do something:

    e:\Setup\redfox.bz\SetupCloneBD1151RedFox.exe:
    Verified: Signed
    Signing date: 11:02 14.04.2017
    Publisher: Elaborate Bytes AG
    Company: n/a
    Description: n/a
    Product: n/a
    Prod version: n/a
    File version: n/a
    MachineType: 32-bit
    MD5: B958B93D5348689278E89B1513E4AD8A
    SHA1: 7FB442919CE81C61A0D14A14EECDA5947DBC7C72
    PESHA1: CE3CBD59CD98200053D26BB2FF26A6CD39C105D1
    PE256: 8CE2BDDD8AAE17E58C93CBC03783050BBFB5FE5EF60CF533FE57FC1D70B1A426
    SHA256: 3FE6D2AD5471BDA8A6E03DD1E4592585F1D2A473EA989759A3E59F94109B9846
    IMP: C3A10734AE3AE14AC0408CD958DBA171
    VT detection: 1/63
    VT link: https://www.virustotal.com/file/3fe...585f1d2a473ea989759a3e59f94109b9846/analysis/
    e:\Setup\redfox.bz\SetupCloneBD1152.exe:
    Verified: Signed
    Signing date: 14:10 07.07.2017
    Publisher: Elaborate Bytes AG
    Company: n/a
    Description: n/a
    Product: n/a
    Prod version: n/a
    File version: n/a
    MachineType: 32-bit
    MD5: 3EC14792BC5808A42054578A0CA2621E
    SHA1: DB98B20FBBE60619C882D9A83D186A7A4E853B40
    PESHA1: 75A37E84E58F6219D25EBBB85B4E0E747CE61F59
    PE256: 64C746B1C8236D3E3EE4F0F5A01833871F13BAB283F035533164F4E3DD24BCB9
    SHA256: B7358C6E43E58AB9240AC4760EE2B06A1DA7E777AE6709BDBFF3F974A5A270ED
    IMP: C3A10734AE3AE14AC0408CD958DBA171
    VT detection: 1/63
    VT link: https://www.virustotal.com/file/b73...06a1da7e777ae6709bdbff3f974a5a270ed/analysis/
     
  2. James

    James Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    I only see an heuristic hit from an antivirus software I've never heard of.
     
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  3. DrinkLyeAndDie

    DrinkLyeAndDie Retired Moderator

  4. Pete

    Pete Forum Admin Staff Member

    Same result for the current version 1.1.5.2.
    It's a typical cry wolf effect. The more false positives a scanner gets known for, the higher the probability, that it won't be taken seriously, when it does detect an actual threat.
    Check Google - people everywhere are suggesting to "deactivate your virus scanner to install xxx". They are getting used to AV false alarms.
    So, where's the point, then...? You can just as well uninstall the annoying thing.
     
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  5. blank

    blank Well-Known Member

    Your'e right AVs are a mess. Personally I use only the build in MS-AV ...