You can post it here.
Makes senseYou can post it here.
I also got an email. Two submissions were identified as clean and one as PUA. I asked them why they think it is a PUA, when Microsoft does not think so after manual analysis. Of course, without manual analysis, several executables from Hard_Configurator would be identified as PUA or malware, because H_C is a security-oriented application that can change the Windows built-in security options (including Microsoft Defender and Windows Firewall). That is why I must send all H_C executables to Avast, Bitdefender, Microsoft, and Norton.
Bitdefender's home products don't detect Nirsoft utilities, only Endpoint solutions do.In my view, there should be a new detection standard and nomenclature for apps that can potentially be used for malice but on the flipside, can be useful with the right intent; they cannot technically be PUAs, if that makes sense
Nirsoft's apps are great and there may be other software alike in terms of their effectiveness, getting flagged by AVs as PUAs but they shouldn't
And for Bitdefender, you were under the 25MB file size? Otherwise, you need to email support where they will send you a separate email link with the ability to upload the file.
Unless Bitdefender is notified of the fact that they are legit, I don't think they will whitelist; I would suggest you submit them as false positivesI had two Martin Clement products blacklisted by BitDefender as malicious even though they're legitimate applications. I changed disinfect to take no action. Hopefully BitDefender support will issue an update to whitelist them.