AVG thinks VST.NET contains a virus

Dec 9, 2008 at 1:57 AM
Just a heads up, AVG thinks Jacobi.Vst.Samples.Delay.dll contains a trojan, which AVG identifies as Downloader.FraudLoad. 
Dec 9, 2008 at 3:48 PM
The Jacobi.Vst.Samples.Delay.dll assembly is a renamed version of the Jacobi.Vst.Interop.dll assembly. This is a C++ assemlby with both unmanaged and managed code in it.
I'm not sure how I can fix this. I suppose it is a false positive on their part...

If you have doubts, just check out the source code ;-)
Dec 9, 2008 at 7:23 PM
I don't have doubts :)  I've actually got all these files on my laptop already.  I forgot I even had AVG running on my home machine until it popped up to warn me about those dlls.  Just letting you know in case you wanted to get in touch with AVG and let them know they are flagging a valid file.  I noticed after posting this that AVG was flagging pretty much all of the Jacobi.Vst.Interop.dll assemblies, which means they are going to flag any VST created with VST.NET pretty much.