Summary - v1.25 tested via 3 online meta-AV scanners. Avira CHANGED from positive to negative,
a very positive sign
ClamAV was split 1 positive, 2 not. 4 other AVs positive. 50+ others null/negative.
A quick update on presumed false positives on SunsetScreen v1.25 released in August 2016, an ever better SunsetScreen.http://www.skytopia....ftware/sunsetscreen/
VirusScan by Jottihttps://virusscan.jo...lescanjob/a26gj94qsh
1/19 positive (as of Tues., Sept 8 )
ClamAV Sep 6, 2016 PUA.Win.Packer.SetupExeSection-1 [true of many utility downloads]
VirusTotal by Googlehttps://www.virustot...analysis/1473199738/
2/57 positive (as of Tues., Sept 8 )
Invincea virus.win32.parite.c 20160830
Rising Malware.Heuristic!ET (rdm+) 20160906
ClamAV [null/negative] 20160906
Avira (no cloud) [null/negative] 20160906
Metadefender [formerly Metascan-Online] by OPSWAThttps://www.metadefe...8b3/regular/analysis
3/42 positive (but 5 updating/not available so really 3/37)
(as of Friday, Sept. 2 )
Avira 2219 ms Sep 02 2016 (4 days ago) ADWARE/InstallRex.Gen
Filseclab 8282 ms Sep 02 2016 (4 days ago) W32.InstalleRex.L.crhx
TotalDefense 16 ms Sep 01 2016 (5 days ago) Win32/Tnega.JOBKNaC
ClamAV 2391 ms Sep 02 2016 (4 days ago) [null/negative]
2/42 (all engines reporting)
(as of Thursday, Sept. 8 )
Filseclab and TotalDefense remain positive butAvira is now null/negative,
as are the missing 5 engines from last week.
Slight differences in results for the same vendor between different online scanners and especially with installed AV products is to be expected (as all three sites say).
observation is that ClamAV packer warnings are almost pointless while Filseclab and TotalDefense are prone to false positives. Rising was based on heuristic analysis.
UPDATE - Fixed "Sept.
" versus "Sept. 8 )"