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.exe reported as containing a virus

Wiland__Bruce
Beginner
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I have my files on a file server (a Netgear Readynas) which has some built-in virus software. It periodically reports that some of my .exe files compiled with Intel Parallel Studio XE 2013 have a virus threat. A typical message might look like this:

Antivirus scanner found a threat (Win.Dropper.Kovter-7489194-0) in the file xxx.exe. Please delete the infected file soon.

I am sure the compiler/linker does not have a virus, but is there anything I can do during compling and linking to prevent this message?

 

 

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Steve_Lionel
Black Belt Retired Employee
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Many antivirus programs automatically suspect newly created EXEs, thinking that they were made by "dropper" malware. See if you can exclude your development area from being scanned.

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