Thank You for your continued support and contributions!
My point is that as a community-driven application, it is my part to inform about things that could be looked upon by the developers, in this case, even if it is a false positive, why is there a false positive in an installation package.
Well well... seems like the file has or was pulled from download. That's more constructive than talking platitudes about the reliability of antivirus software.
Well well... seems like the file has or was pulled from download.
It's just that I thought this was a serious Open Source software development team OPEN (!) to discussion about how to improve accessibility and satisfaction for the software.
Is it 100% safe to download and install RB Utility 1.2.8 with the developers' knowledge that this false positive could occur?
Most software that may behave similar as a virus because of the resources it will access has a warning and disclaimer in the download page. That may be also helpful in this case.
Is there a mature developer in this forum who can post an official statement a bit more reassuring than "I don't understand why you're trying to defend this crap." ?
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