I've been aware of sWeather for a number of years and am sure that skwire is a trustworthy developer, but is it possible that this file has been tampered with or are these all just false positives?-leftdisconnected (September 08, 2019, 12:40 AM)
I just downloaded it and checked its SHA-256 hash against my local copy. If you're downloading it from my DonationCoder site, it has not been tampered with.
SHA-256 hash: 33A19E4117DE230A0E9CBCF692BEEB4FEDC4075C8CA3001E91BB8C1AF1334779
Thank you for taking the time to write. These are false positives that come and are due to the language my applications are written in (AutoHotkey/AHK). In the past, as a test, I've written a single line AHK script and compiled it:
Code: Autohotkey [Select]
That's it...one hotkey to exit the script. Even that wouldn't come up clean on VirusTotal. I know it's only my word, but I can state that there is no malware in any of my
applications that are downloaded directly from my site. That said, I cannot vouch for the various software repository sites that list my software as some of them wrap my software into their adware-bundled installers. This perturbs me, but there is little I can do about it. For the record, I do not submit my software directly to any of these types of sites; they pick my programs up automatically.
Years ago, when the AV companies were a lot fewer, I used to contact them about stuff like this. Things would get fixed but, due to the AV updates, false positives would, inevitably, occur again. I got tired of dealing with it, so now I just shrug and trust that my body of work speaks for itself. I know it sounds terribly apathetic, but fighting it just isn't worth the cycles anymore. Cheers.