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victran

Hi admin

- I have a program and Sophos found virus

- This is what error?

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Thanks asmin

(My English is very bad, i srr :D)

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CodyBarrett

its possible that the programs blacklist has autoit in it

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victran

I had check it again. My program is use function read memory (NormadMenory). So, detected virus

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victran

yesterday to not detected but today, sophos found virus :D

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Authenticity

Try without using UPX if you checked this option and compiled your script.

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victran

thanks a lot

srr, but i dont know what is "without using UPX" :D

i just use program "Compile Script to.exe" in Autoit

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Authenticity

Press Ctrl+F7 on the SciTE editor, you'll see a compile GUI window with options and stuff. Uncheck the UPX checkbox and test for virus.

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SmOke_N

thanks a lot

srr, but i dont know what is "without using UPX" :D

i just use program "Compile Script to.exe" in Autoit

Put this at the top of your script:
#AutoIt3Wrapper_UseUpx=n

Common sense plays a role in the basics of understanding AutoIt... If you're lacking in that, do us all a favor, and step away from the computer.

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Jos

Press Ctrl+F7 on the SciTE editor, you'll see a compile GUI window with options and stuff. Uncheck the UPX checkbox and test for virus.

Put this at the top of your script:

#AutoIt3Wrapper_UseUpx=n
* just of completeness *

These will only work when you have the Full version of SciTE4AutoIt3 installer. this is done by downloading and installing a separate installer.

Jos


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victran

thanks a lot :D

But its unsuccessful

I have the Full version of SciTE4AutoIt3

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Jos

thanks a lot :D

But its unsuccessful

I have the Full version of SciTE4AutoIt3

Your are not clear which part is unsuccessful, but report it to your AV provider as False positive.

Jos

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victran

New update of Sophos detected Autoit have virus, I had test with file "calculator.au3" in AutoIt3\Examples. It had been delete after compile.

I think, script that concern with the system of windows will be Sophos found virus :D

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Eric2905

Hi,

Every script compiled in exe mode are detected as Mal/Behav-310. Sophos doesn't give some information except that you could send the file detected as a virus.

I want the response from Sophos.

Somebody has a solution ?

Eric.

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Jos

I am closing this topic: Just read the sticky to resolve your AV problems and stop creating these threads every time.


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