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michkrol:
I have the same problem, but with a twist.
I have a harmless .exe that when executed:
- with DeepScreen enabled, it gets analyzed and quarantined as malware,
- with DeepScreen disables, the app gets analyzed by DeepScreen anyway, but no malware is detected.
It started happening in RC2 (2014.9.0.2004), worked correctly in RC1 (2014.9.0.2003). Clean install didn't help.

PS. I'm using Windows 8.1 Pro (x64) (RTM/final - got it from DreamSpark).

bob3160:

--- Quote ---PS. I'm using Windows 8.1 Pro (x64) (RTM/final - got it from DreamSpark).
--- End quote ---
Is that a Microsoft approved distributor ??? 


Aren't you asked if you want to add the program as an exclusion ???

Dr Mahmoud:

--- Quote from: bob3160 on October 08, 2013, 02:58:53 PM ---
--- Quote ---PS. I'm using Windows 8.1 Pro (x64) (RTM/final - got it from DreamSpark).
--- End quote ---
Is that a Microsoft approved distributor ??? 


Aren't you asked if you want to add the program as an exclusion ???

--- End quote ---

Yes it's Microsoft site for universities over the world

I have no such exclusion message

michkrol:

--- Quote from: bob3160 on October 08, 2013, 02:58:53 PM ---
--- Quote ---PS. I'm using Windows 8.1 Pro (x64) (RTM/final - got it from DreamSpark).
--- End quote ---
Is that a Microsoft approved distributor ??? 
--- End quote ---
It's directly from Microsoft, a program for university students.


--- Quote ---Aren't you asked if you want to add the program as an exclusion ???

--- End quote ---
There is no such question.

Manually adding it to DeepScreen exclusions doesn't work, the list/entry is ignored.
Adding it to File Paths exclusions seems to do the trick.

I'm confused. It's like the options specific to DeepScreen are ignored, while others work.

EDIT: Looks like it's fixed in RC3 :)

GTX66:
This is really starting to get annoying. I have to turn off AIS in order to install a Firefox Beta even though I do NOT have Deep Screen checked. Even if I did, Firefox is not malware.

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