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Martin_fr:

--- Quote from: fred on August 06, 2019, 04:09:07 pm ---Thanks all!
While installing the trend micro AV kills it on AppData\Local\Temp\is-N39DC.tmp\lazarus-2.0.4-fpc-3.0.4-win32.tmp %)
Will try again tomorrow, hopefully trend micro is updated...

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Sorry to hear. All Windows installers were tested before https://www.virustotal.com/gui/file/3045aeeff9efbd7bc470b2c8cb82121cd9fa54ef98999b7b0e37a93e9257bd79/detection

For those within the file size restrictions, there are also results at https://metadefender.opswat.com
Note that occasionally one of the scanners may give a "generic" warning.

You can find each installer by using the checksums. (published on our homepage)
You can checksum your download using the Microsoft fciv tool https://support.microsoft.com/en-gb/help/841290/availability-and-description-of-the-file-checksum-integrity-verifier-u
Microsoft also supplies a powershell variant that can do sha-256

LazProgger:
Thank you very much for your great work!

I have not found a download for macOS/Cocoa. Will there be one?

I have tried to build the IDE with widgettype=cocoa and target cpu=x86_64 and it just worked to compile my first cocoa app! Very good work!

For beginners, who are not aware of setting those parameters, a direct download of a cocoa installer would be nice, especially because Apple will drop the cocoa support.

af0815:
AV Problem: fpc.exe, ppc386.exe and fpres.exe are often send by my avira installation to the cloud for checking. Specially after a make run. In this time the execution is blocked, after few second it is running again without a problem. This was trigger by the heurastic module of my AV-Prg.

So maybe other AV found this prg inside of the installer and block/delete this. In the past i had some trouble with Avira, but i sent them the files and it was accepted as positive false and the next releases are working without an issue. (BTW: I have an payed AV-Account).

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Have your AV an quarantine area ? If yes, look if you can unlock the file or sent to the AV, so they can detect a positive false.

RAW:
I will never understand why so many people bother themselves with these AV-Bullshit-Tools. What is the reason for that? More security? Is everything more secure since we deal with this kind of stupid software? Are all the problems gone? They say you need to use the lastest AV-software and use the lastet updates for all programs and then everything is fine! Yes, really? "Some" people should learn to really use their eyes ... Is everything saver since people do penetration testing all the time? Is that really the case? Where can I see this fantastic result?

There are only two things that are gone: time and money ...


I'm so sorry  :P

ASBzone:

--- Quote from: RAW on August 06, 2019, 06:28:28 pm ---I will never understand why so many people bother themselves with these AV-Bullshit-Tools. What is the reason for that? More security? Is everything more secure since we deal with this kind of stupid software? Are all the problems gone? They say you need to use the lastest AV-software and use the lastet updates for all programs and then everything is fine! Yes, really? "Some" people should learn to really use their eyes ... Is everything saver since people do penetration testing all the time? Is that really the case? Where can I see this fantastic result?

There are only two things that are gone: time and money ...


I'm so sorry  :P

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You may see no value in anti-virus / anti-malware tools, but I have seen many a malicious software deployments blocked by the use of these tools.

And I've seen people who felt that they didn't need such a tool, lose significant time and money to ransomware attacks.

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