Kinda unaware Google was recently flagging rainy.ws for containing “malware”, which turned out to be the syscfg editor being compressed with mpress, which seems to trigger with quite a few of the least popular (worst) antivirus as they don’t properly decompress the binaries before the analysis. If you get my exe (now compressed with UPX), unpack it, submit it to Virustotal: clean; compress it with mpress, submit: few crappy AV’s think it’s malware (some trigger with UPX as well but to a lesser extent).
After re-uploading the exe with UPX instead Google has cleared their false trigger.
McAfee is flagging ARM also. Pretty much the same of what Cinerea is saying.
Well, this shit is getting just further. Virus protection (AVAST) just blocked ARM from being “a malware” and it doesn’t let me restore the program even though I added an exclusion already. :( I think it’s related to this Google shit and TotalVirus site blocking this website. I already mailed them about false alarm but so far can’t use this program for a while.
Avast is flagging arm again?