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The biggest clue came in a comment: I am getting same thing. Did you use innoSetup? And I did. The conversation here points to a problem involving Inno Setup seemingly generating what appears to be a matching signature for a trojan:Win32/Fathale.B!plock. Submit the installer to the Microsoft Malware Protection Center. If your installer is indeed ...


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The recipe here, while not by any means foolproof, is incomplete or wrong. Installing untrusted software under your unprivileged account is a disaster. Installing it in a carefully prepared other unprivileged account? Less risky, but by no means guaranteed to be safe. If: you are sure that your system is set up as a secure multi-user system (no random ...



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