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Software: Decent Sampler EXE file considered a threat by Eset Smart Security Premium, a false positive?

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Windows 11, Eset Smart Security Premium, Intel I7,

A digital music plugin, which is getting quite LOT of attention recently on the musician community, is being considered a threat by Eset antivirus.


This website,in downloads, Decent Sampler v1.4.17 Windows

That downloads an ZIP file, which contains an EXE file, which is the plug-in installer.

When I try to install using that EXE file, it gets a warning from ESET, and an error from the EXE:



Is this a mistake from ESET, or do indeed the EXE contain a malicious threat? I am always on the side of ESET, but this time it seems like a mistake, is it?

Can someone please confirm what is happening and what to do about it?

Looking forward for help.

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Yes, it was a false positive fixed yesterday.

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