Originally Posted by The Stilt
AutoIT, like each and every other coding style / language has also been used for malicous purposes in the past. Because of that, some of the lesser AV solutions generally automatically flag all AutoIT executables as malware, regardless if there is anything malicious in them or not. Reputable AV providers such as F-Secure, Kaspersky or Symantec don't do that.
I totally agree about lesser AV being often the problem.
Before I used Kaspersky (there is even a free version now!), I was on Avira AntiVir. And AntiVir also stated that AISuite3 is a virus/trojan,....
Since I use Kaspersky there is no problem with your software. And if the leading antivirus company would not be able to find this "dangerous" piece of software, why would lesser be able?
Thanks for your work!
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