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On Saturday July 9, 2016 Uniblab9000 said:
It is quite common for "modern" virus scanners to get false positives scanning older software. This is especially true of odd dos programs, and programming languages like this, that were commonly written using poor, hackish, techniques. AI/heuristics in "modern" scanners will randomly flag these as suspicious.
Besides, Statya Nadella reeeeallly wants you to throw out all old software and buy his smelly new software.
On Tuesday June 21, 2016 Luc Monette said:
** QUESTION **
Recently, software I've tried to download from Vetusware has been flagged by MS Security Essentials as containing a virus. In the case of this OS/2 software, 2 files (did not try the others) I tried to download were flagged as containing a Trojan Horse type virus. Do they really contain a virus or is MS Security Essentials flagging it incorrectly? Thank you...Luc
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