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Windows Defender detects a Trojan

Guest Frank Niethardt

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Guest Frank Niethardt



we currently installed Passwordstate V8.2 (Build 8256)  on a Windows Server 2016. Windows Defender quarantines passwordstate.exe because it is detected as Trojan:Wind32/Fuery.A!cl. However ESET doesn't find anything.



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Hi Guys,


Yes, we can confirm this is a false positive - if you upload to www.virustotal.com, you will see it's clean - including for Windows Defender on this site. We do obfuscate one of our DLLs using some third party software, and Microsoft are reporting it as malware incorrectly.



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