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Hello Rodney and welcome to the Immunet forum.

Nirsoft does offer quite a number of software packages don't they! If your absolutely sure the software is not malicious (you can even use the site VirusTotal just to make sure) we do have a dedicated False Positive site where you can report this to the devs. https://www.immunet.com/false_positive

Also, if you wish to use the program now you can use the Restore feature. First open the UI -> click on the word Quarantine located just below and to the right of the History tab -> locate the file(s) in question in the right-side Details dialog box and click on it -> choose the Restore option. This will automatically move the file(s) to the Exclusion list so they will no longer be scanned.

Best wishes, Ritchie...

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On 9/7/2019 at 3:24 PM, ritchie58 said:

... ... If you're absolutely sure the software is not malicious (you can even use the site VirusTotal just to make sure) we do have a dedicated False Positive site where you can report this to the devs. https://www.immunet.com/false_positive ... ...

Virus Total (VT) is an excellent tool for checking any given file for possible malware. All that's required is to upload the file to VT's website, and it will be scanned by more than 35 scanners including but not limited to Kaspersky, BitDefender, Avira, Avast, Windows Defender, ESET/NOD32, Panda, Ikarus, and many other major Antivirus scanners. Here are 2 choices of methods for uploading a file to VT:

1)  Choice #1: Load the file that you want scanned, directly to VT's website at HERE. That site will present you with a small form. Simply click on "Choose File" in the center of the form, and it will take you to your own computer so that you can select the file that you want VT to scan. Almost instantly, after you upload your file,  VT will present you with a table of results, listing all of the scanners, and what each of them concluded concerning the file you uploaded.

2) Choice #2: Install an uploader onto your computer. You can get it HERE*. Once this uploader is installed, you can right-click a file and the resultant Explorer Context Menu will include a "Send to Virus Total" option. Simply left-click on that option and the selected file will be uploaded to VT for scanning. The finding of each & every one of VT's many scanners will be displayed online for you.
 

* File Size ~140kb
*CHECKSUM -- SHA256: 0918FA4B22D3E212A13FA449A5A7B5C3EC97759DD87DB6D281F387B1570E13C9
 

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