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Windows defender IDs C101 file as trojan


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37 minutes ago, JackHammer89 said:

... Don't know whether to let it or not. 

 

 

It cames down to a matter of trust:

 

If you trust that ED will not allow a virus on its files, then don't quarintine the file.

 

If you trust that the Antivirus is always right, then quarintine the file, report it to Microsoft and don't fly the C-101 until Microsoft has updated its antivirus.

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