False Positive

Sometimes Antivirus scanner reports that a program is infected with a Virus or Trojan, even when the program is not really infected with any malicious code. This kind of problem is known as “False Positive” or “False Alert”, and it’s quite a common problem in some of the programs provided in Logix Web site.

If your Antivirus scanner reports that a program you downloaded from Logix is infected with a Virus or Trojan, please report about that to office@logix-software.com, and specify the name of your Antivirus scanner, and the name of the Virus/Trojan that it detects. It’s also recommended to contact your Antivirus company, and ask them to fix this “False Positive” problem.

If you want to check the current false positives issues for specific utility, you can use VirusTotal or NoVirusThanks Web site to get virus alerts list in 40 Antivirus programs.

Because our programs use encryption and protection routines against illegal use, such false alarms may occur in certain circumstances. Logix guarantee that any software downloaded from the web site and legally used does not contain any real threat.

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