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Dreamfire
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Hi,

Since today, exe's are being flagged as having a trojan by Windows Defender (Fuery.B!cl)

Version:  3.3.14.3 - SciTE Version 3.7.3

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Jos
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Oh... and IJsbrand, when you don't want people to see your userid like you blanked out in the first couple of images image, you also need to do this in the last posted image. ;) 

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