Follow the instructions here on submitting samples to ESET:
Note that if you use code obfuscation in any of your custom
programs, you are practically inviting false positive detection (I
am not accusing you of using code obfuscation... just sharing some
knowledge). Code obfuscation is commonly used in malware, and as
such tends to set off anti-malware heuristic engines. Runtime
packers (archive that extract into memory only, with no disk access)
also tend to trigger heuristic-based detection.
J. Greg Mackinnon
ETS Systems Architecture and Administration | University of
802-656-8251 | Web: http://www.uvm.edu/~jgm
On 9/28/2010 10:06 AM, Mickey Mossey wrote:
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Who do I contact regarding this?
I have perlapp created exe files and an UNWISE.EXE installer from
one of our applications that are coming up today as:
a variant of
I thought it could have been 5485 virus def, but the 5486 does it
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