My software is being detected as a virus

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I've recently created a program but after a few hundred downloads, my Nod32 antivirus is detecting it as a Win32/Agent.NFIWJLP trojan. Can someone help me before my program doesn't get deleted by the antivirus software? My program mimics the user's interactions with the PC at a scheduled time. Thanks!

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  • Kevin Beaver
    Did you copy some code known to be malicious and include it in your program? You might consider contacting the anti-virus vendor(s) and show them that it's not malware.

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  • TomLiotta
    Specifically for Nod32, you might communicate the issue through their False Positive Reporting page. But be aware that any other AV product from any vendor might make the same determination. -- Tom
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