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Avast says that there is a suspicious file(CDVDnull)
#1
The weird thing is
v1.3.1-1415-g9bb990e - everything is fine
v1.3.1-1416-gb6f78d8 - suspicious file detected(CDVDnull but there is no change to that file in that rev)
And I keep getting that message on every rev till the latest beta(including)
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#2
Again? First it was with padnull and now this lol.

Welp, report to avast again, it should get fixed with an update to the definitions.
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#3
I just find it strange...no change to the file(according to github)but there is some change(according to avast)
Edit:The file size is different
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#4
It's because of the change to VS2015 that the file is different. That's also what triggered padnull to be detected.
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#5
Hmm,yes.
On exactly that rev(1416),CDVDnull have totally different imports and one of the files tells me that it need vc2015
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#6
Yeah 1416 was the first version we compiled with VS2015.
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