Installer OAE-Win-x86_64-release_220.127.116.11.exe is detected as trojan Win32/Vigorf.A by Microsoft Security Essentials. Description at
I have submitted a false positive report to Microsoft.
Microsofts response indicates updating to the latest definitions should resolve the issue. See below. New definition library for Microsoft Anti-Malware has been updated. We believe this new definition library contains the updates necessary to resolve your question in regards to Microsoft Anti-Malware. New definition library is now available for users who subscribe to the automatic definition update mechanism, as well as users who choose to manually update their definition library. We encourage you to try these new definitions and ensure your inquiry has been resolved. If your machine has not been updated with this version of definitions you can download and install the definitions manually following these steps: • Go to http://www.microsoft.com/security/portal/definitions/adl.aspx • Download the corresponding definitions (32 bit or 64 bit based on your operating system) • Run the downloaded file to install the new definitions In case of any further incorrect detections, we ask that you to submit the actual file sample that is detected by the Microsoft Anti-Malware solutions and mark it as an Incorrect Detection (select option “I believe this file should not be detected as malware”). Please make sure you Sign In and provide your email account details when submitting samples in order to ensure submission communication is complete and check your submission history. You can use our portal submission form when submitting samples for further investigation available here: https://www.microsoft.com/security/portal/submission/submit.aspx We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused. If you have any additional questions related to this inquiry, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Should you need to contact us in the future regarding a question unrelated to this inquiry, please fill out the appropriate form at http://www.microsoft.com/security/portal/mmpc/vendor/resources.aspx . Thank you for contacting Microsoft. Sincerely, Microsoft Malware Protection Center
We have not seen this error in our lab. Are you downloading the installer from opmantek.com or some other website (you should only download directly from us)? Also, what OS are you installing OAE on?
It was downloaded from http://dl-openaudit.opmantek.com/OAE-Win-x86_64-release_18.104.22.168.exe and installed on MS-Windows 7 Pro. MP