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Feedback Eset NOD 32 detects a trojan in Unity 2023.1.0a6

Discussion in '2023.1 Beta' started by dlorre, Aug 26, 2022.

  1. dlorre

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    This is the relevant part of the message:

    D:\Program Files\Unity\2023.1.0a6\Editor\Data\Tools\ilpp\Unity.ILPP.Trigger\Unity.ILPP.Trigger.exe;variante de Win64/GenKryptik.FZHM

    Then Eset has deleted the file

    And then in the editor:

    '"D:\Program Files\Unity\2023.1.0a6\Editor\Data\Tools\ilpp\Unity.ILPP.Trigger\Unity.ILPP.Trigger.exe"' is not recognized as an internal or external command

    I used it yesterday and there was no message like that so I'm not sure what is going on.

    ETA: after switching to 2022.2.0b5 I get the same issue so I guess it is the Eset update that triggered the changes.
     
    Last edited: Aug 26, 2022
  2. Rastapastor

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  3. dlorre

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    I have excluded the folder that contains all the Unity versions from detection. It's not ideal but at least I can work with it.
     
  4. Rastapastor

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    I rather not do that :), because everything is possible, id rather get official info that all is good :)
     
  5. PutridEx

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    It's almost certainly safe.
    Anti-virus software should sometimes be called false positive software.
    Most safe applications can be falsely detected as malware.

    This especially applies to applications written in C/C++, and it seems to be detecting il2cpp which makes sense.
     
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  6. Rastapastor

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    Usually Eset is quite stright and it is first time it gives me "false positive" at least when it comes to files from official big company :).
     
  7. Rastapastor

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    Just info...I think ESET is updated. Tried to install 2022.2.0b6 and it gave me no error that there is trojan (yesterday it still gave that error)
     
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  8. OneManArmy3D

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    False-positives happen. Once Bitdefender found virus in my own code. I had to report and they fixed it.
     
  9. Tautvydas-Zilys

    Tautvydas-Zilys

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    We accidentally released this binary unsigned. It will be signed in future alpha builds and shouldn't trip up AV software anymore.
     
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