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Hello @Jos, hope you doing well. 


Could I ask you what is the difference between low compression and high compression in the AU3_compile to .exe.AU3 please ? 


I'm in the case where the low compression result in expected behavior. 

And where the high compression result in a false positive. 

As mentioned in the "false positive" thread the compression have big impact on the result of Symantec protection from my experience and also RN where I'm actually working... It is something I already know. 

I'm sure about one thing, I sold a software to one of my customer a long time ago. He has stolen me the sources and modified them. 


To be clear... now you know how noob I can be sometime; to be sure and use the most as possible, a safe compiled exe. Will the low compression impact this ? 



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The compression is used for the Files stored in the PE header (Scriptfile & FileAttached files) and the different levels are just different algorithms used to compress the files.


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