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I'm sorry but I didn't know where to put this kind of topic. I've been using this completely safe open source program called Hydrus for years now, that was written in python2. Its basically an image viewer/organizing program that does a crap ton of stuff, more than what your usual image programs can do. The author updates it almost every week for years now and just a few weeks ago he started changing the code over to python 3. Last week he finally released the updated version of Hydrus running python3 and Kasperksy would slow it down to a crawl due to file scanning, to a point where I had to whitelist the main .exe it used. Author release another update this week which I installed and made Kasperksy flip the heck out with false reports. I can't even white list the program anymore because Kasperksy would automatically remove the .exe regardless of weather the whole folder is white listed.

I tried to summit it here virusdesk.kaspersky.com but the file size is too large and I don't know where to send it.

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B)Welcome : You might laugh at my solution, but millions of users opt out for..

Uninstall a program that start to Be flagged as malicious by your antivirus

Now to reduce the size of that file - To resend for analysis to VirusDesk

use a compressor tool : Due to restrictions on this forum to provide

external links,. I'll just give you a clue how to search onLine  for

1 of that apps : Type " How to reduce a file size" in your

browser search bar + press Enter : Follow steps

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I typed that and all I get are image and pdf compression. I managed to send the .exe since it was small but I forgot to mention that the installation is also being flagged and its over 100MB and I don't think I can compress a 100+MB file into 5MB.

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if not received another answer : Please contact - Technical support

Link : https://my.kaspersky.com/support/requests/create 

Log in "My kaspersky" account >> Fill up all the fields

when get to request type >> select software

malfunction >> Type the problem

description and Send it

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18 hours ago, Rodtod said:

I'm sorry but I didn't know where to put this kind of topic. I've been using this completely safe open source program called Hydrus for years now, that was written in python2. Its basically an image viewer/organizing program that does a crap ton of stuff, more than what your usual image programs can do. The author updates it almost every week for years now and just a few weeks ago he started changing the code over to python 3. Last week he finally released the updated version of Hydrus running python3 and Kasperksy would slow it down to a crawl due to file scanning, to a point where I had to whitelist the main .exe it used. Author release another update this week which I installed and made Kasperksy flip the heck out with false reports. I can't even white list the program anymore because Kasperksy would automatically remove the .exe regardless of weather the whole folder is white listed.

I tried to summit it here virusdesk.kaspersky.com but the file size is too large and I don't know where to send it.

Go to https://my.kaspersky.com/techsupport#/requests/new

fill up all required information

Set request type to Malware

Set request subtype to False Positive

Type your explanation then send your file via WebDAV

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8 hours ago, Allego said:

Go to https://my.kaspersky.com/techsupport#/requests/new

fill up all required information

Set request type to Malware

Set request subtype to False Positive

Type your explanation then send your file via WebDAV

Thanks so much for this. This should be in a pinned topic with tutorials or something, I had to learn about WebDAV.

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