You mean the dialog that shows up for almost every executable downloaded from the internet?
Can compile it from source code if you are concerned and know how to use Visual Studio.
In that case, you can try compiling it yourself from the source code and seeing if that stops it from triggering false positives or not. Other option is spending several hours filing false positives with each of those antivirus makers.
I just tried to download the source code and it also detected a virus, according to my antivirus it is a Trojan: Win32 / Zpevdo.B, but the truth is I don't know if that is part of the extension, because if I have seen that some files contain dlls usually detect them as viruses
I also downloaded this and it said that it contained a trojan
Sorry to hear that, is there something that you expect me to do with this information?
Just in case the information helps you to prevent your computer from being infected and more computers from getting infected as well, it is a great tool, very useful for game maker but just because of the virus factor, it gives you a little mistrust, anyway thanks for contributing this for the game maker community
As I have already stated, if - despite how often this false positive comes up - anyone thinks that I would actually include malware in an extension, they are free to download Visual Studio and compile it themselves, or download Ghidra and decompile the extension to see if it does anything malicious.