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Why my antivirus X reports SIW as Y?
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We have no control over how the Antivirus companies classify SIW.
When it's flagged by an AV program we send an e-mail to have it removed.
Some do remove it and others ignore our request.

Check Sunbelt CounterSpy, avast!, ClamAV, McAfee, Kaspersky, AVG or Dr.Web.

Why Developers Hate Antiviruses

Please add siw.exe (or "C:\Program Files\" or "C:\Program Files (x86)" folder) to your Antivirus Exclusion List or ask me for a SIW version without Passwords and Eureka! modules.
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(12-22-2011, 09:23 PM)gtopala Wrote: We have no control over how the Antivirus companies classify SIW.
When it's flagged by an AV program we send an e-mail to have it removed.
Some do remove it and others ignore our request.

Check Sunbelt CounterSpy, avast!, ClamAV, McAfee, Kaspersky, AVG or Dr.Web.

Why Developers Hate Antiviruses

Thank you for the great software. You might be interested in knowing that ESET-NOD32, an antivirus engine under VirusTotal, is reporting that the "free" download is infected with Win32/opencandy. I assumed this was a false positive and installed the software anyway. Others wanting this software might avoid it because of the apparent false positive. Thanks again, Ron.
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