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ESET detects Trojan in Unity 2019.4 Windows Standalone Executable

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Guest David

Hi all,

Maybe some one can also confirm this: Since the latest signature Update (~1 hour ago) ESET detects a Trojan in the official Unity3D Windows Player Executable. I've already submitted the sample to ESET.

Could someone with a Unity installation confirm this?

I have Unity 2019.4.36f1 installed. It affects the WindowsPlayer.exe  in Editor\Data\PlaybackEngines\windowsstandalonesupport\Variations\win64_nondevelopment_mono (and win64_development_mono) but also all generated game export since the Executable is shared there to.

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Unfortunately you didn't mention the detection name. If it was Win64/Agent.BGH, this was a false positive. You can either restore it from quarantine manually yourself or wait a bit and it will be restored automatically.

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