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Re: [Tinycc-devel] Antivirus headaches

From: Rüdiger Plantiko
Subject: Re: [Tinycc-devel] Antivirus headaches
Date: Wed, 10 Jun 2009 10:07:50 +0200 (CEST)
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I would be interested in an answer too. In version 0.9.24, I get Alerts
from the different programs "CheckPoint" and also from Norton AV, whenever
I am compiling an executable with linking to a DLL. Even in the example,

\tcc\tcc hello_dll.c -L\tcc\examples -ldll

I get the worm warning:

Email-Worm.Win32.Zhelatin.uq was found in W:\tcc\examples\hello_dll.exe on
10.06.2009 09:59:44

Since I don't know which AV programs my future users will have, I can't
use tcc for my actual software project (although I'd like to).

Maybe there's some obligatory field in the PE header not filled? I don't
know the details, unfortunately.


> Hi,
>    9.25 is giving me a lot of headaches with AVG. Nearly every other
> compilation results in the exe created being identified as a worm
> (Nuwar.L).
> Checking with online scan services like virustotal shows that some other
> av
> also 'identify' the exes as trojan.crypt.xpack.gen.
>   Iam getting such messages even when i compile examples of the disphelper
> library or minforth. Iam able however to run the files without
> compilation.
> All this is very frustrating. Can anyone give me a practical solution?
> vijay
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