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BUYER BEWARE! I downloaded Jezzball Classic Lite to evaluate it, and I love the similarity to the original Microsoft 32-bit version. However, Norton Security identified it as malicious with the footprint WS.Reputation.1 and subsequently removed it from my system. And since I don't see any other posts with this problem perhaps it's something new (although Norton reports numerous incidents of removal of this program)? In addition the web domain is in the British Indian Ocean Territory...

I can guarantee 100% that there's nothing fishy in this game and that Norton made a mistake. As they say on their own website WS.Reputation.1 isn't an actual identified threat, it's an AI guess based on analytical data. The main executable launches "JBC.prg", which Norton probably think is suspicious behaviour. Why I made it like that is because otherwise the program's icon was stuck in low resolution, a strange limitation of Adobe AIR at the time I created the game. I can't stress enough that there's nothing malicious with my game, the reason why nobody have reported any problems even though it has been for sale for years is because there aren't any.