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the holy art of getting your entire skeleton to the other side · By From Smiling

Windows Defender automatically assumes executable file is malicious.

A topic by ompu co created Nov 04, 2016 Views: 332 Replies: 1
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Like it deletes the file instantly upon extraction, and I can't even figure out why it thinks it would be dangerous.


microsoft confirmed for fear of bones

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ohh!! apparently this is a problem with the newer versions of unity, where windows defender eats it? unity seems to be looking into it.

https://forum.unity3d.com/threads/unity-producing-malware-under-windows10.421312/

if you can unquarantine it or give it an exception-- it is fine!! (i didn't even build the windows version on windows)