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    Kosta got a reaction from jarto in Smart Mobile Studio 3.0 executable is compressed with an older UPX compressor   
    I did a little bit of research of SmartMS.exe binary. I noticed that it has been compressed with outdated UPX v3.08 (Dated on 2011-12-13 almost 7 years old).  33 2E 30 38 00 55 50 58 21 -> 3.08.UPX!.
    In this case some antivirus programs/software might recognize the UPX Compressed binaries as if a threat for the most windows OSes, which is not.
    I think, the best way is to compress executable with most recent versions of UPX. Please see it here at https://upx.github.io/
    I hope this short information will help for further development.
    Thank you.
    Sincerely Kosta.
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    Kosta got a reaction from lynkfs in Smart Mobile Studio 3.0 executable is compressed with an older UPX compressor   
    I did a little bit of research of SmartMS.exe binary. I noticed that it has been compressed with outdated UPX v3.08 (Dated on 2011-12-13 almost 7 years old).  33 2E 30 38 00 55 50 58 21 -> 3.08.UPX!.
    In this case some antivirus programs/software might recognize the UPX Compressed binaries as if a threat for the most windows OSes, which is not.
    I think, the best way is to compress executable with most recent versions of UPX. Please see it here at https://upx.github.io/
    I hope this short information will help for further development.
    Thank you.
    Sincerely Kosta.
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    Kosta got a reaction from andreasp in Microsoft has removed Trojan detection from Microsoft Security Essentials for Smart Mobile Studio v3.0   
    Recently Microsoft Security Essentials has detected a Trojan:Win32/Azden.B!cl. in Smart Mobile Studio v3.0 smartms.exe binary, and this detection has been removed form malware definitions.
    Big&Many Thanks to jarto how to submit files to Microsoft in order to remove false malware detection.
    Report from Microsoft
    Submission details
    smartms.exe
    Submission ID: 43e9c4db-2060-431a-a8d8-17bbddecf3be
    Status: Completed
    Submitted by: k**********@gmail.com
    Submitted: Oct 2, 2018 4:44:50 PM
    User Opinion: Incorrect detection
    Analyst comments:
    Hello Kosta ***, Thank you for your inquiry. We have reviewed the file and we have removed the detection. Please try the following steps to clear cached detections and obtain the latest malware definitions.   1. Open command prompt as administrator and change directory to c:\Program Files\Windows Defender 2. Run “MpCmdRun.exe -removedefinitions -dynamicsignatures” The latest definition is available for download here: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/wdsi/definitions Best regards, Windows Defender Response
     
    Thank you jarto Thank you lennart.
    Best regards
    Kosta.
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    Kosta got a reaction from jarto in Microsoft has removed Trojan detection from Microsoft Security Essentials for Smart Mobile Studio v3.0   
    Recently Microsoft Security Essentials has detected a Trojan:Win32/Azden.B!cl. in Smart Mobile Studio v3.0 smartms.exe binary, and this detection has been removed form malware definitions.
    Big&Many Thanks to jarto how to submit files to Microsoft in order to remove false malware detection.
    Report from Microsoft
    Submission details
    smartms.exe
    Submission ID: 43e9c4db-2060-431a-a8d8-17bbddecf3be
    Status: Completed
    Submitted by: k**********@gmail.com
    Submitted: Oct 2, 2018 4:44:50 PM
    User Opinion: Incorrect detection
    Analyst comments:
    Hello Kosta ***, Thank you for your inquiry. We have reviewed the file and we have removed the detection. Please try the following steps to clear cached detections and obtain the latest malware definitions.   1. Open command prompt as administrator and change directory to c:\Program Files\Windows Defender 2. Run “MpCmdRun.exe -removedefinitions -dynamicsignatures” The latest definition is available for download here: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/wdsi/definitions Best regards, Windows Defender Response
     
    Thank you jarto Thank you lennart.
    Best regards
    Kosta.
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    Kosta got a reaction from Czar in Microsoft has removed Trojan detection from Microsoft Security Essentials for Smart Mobile Studio v3.0   
    Recently Microsoft Security Essentials has detected a Trojan:Win32/Azden.B!cl. in Smart Mobile Studio v3.0 smartms.exe binary, and this detection has been removed form malware definitions.
    Big&Many Thanks to jarto how to submit files to Microsoft in order to remove false malware detection.
    Report from Microsoft
    Submission details
    smartms.exe
    Submission ID: 43e9c4db-2060-431a-a8d8-17bbddecf3be
    Status: Completed
    Submitted by: k**********@gmail.com
    Submitted: Oct 2, 2018 4:44:50 PM
    User Opinion: Incorrect detection
    Analyst comments:
    Hello Kosta ***, Thank you for your inquiry. We have reviewed the file and we have removed the detection. Please try the following steps to clear cached detections and obtain the latest malware definitions.   1. Open command prompt as administrator and change directory to c:\Program Files\Windows Defender 2. Run “MpCmdRun.exe -removedefinitions -dynamicsignatures” The latest definition is available for download here: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/wdsi/definitions Best regards, Windows Defender Response
     
    Thank you jarto Thank you lennart.
    Best regards
    Kosta.
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    Kosta got a reaction from jarto in I have no success to install the Smart Mobile Studio 3.0 without severe notification from Microsoft Security Essentials Trojan Detected.   
    Thank you jarto, Thank you lennart, I have just submitted to Microsoft
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    Submission details
    smartms.exe
    Submission ID: 43e9c4db-2060-431a-a8d8-17bbddecf3be
    Status: Submitted
    Submitted by: k**********@gmail.com
    Submitted: Oct 2, 2018 4:44:50 PM
    User Opinion: Incorrect detection
    Analyst comments:
    No analyst comment provided.
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    I hope they will react to the false Trojan detection, however I doubt they will ever possible to respond to this issue.
    Unfortunately, I can't even restore this smartms.exe binary. MSE throws back again into virus list, and removes it with no time.
    Thank you very much for your concern.
    Sincerely Kosta.
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