I use this compiler on a regular basic and just recently a program I wrote a long time ago was reported to have malware. Now, the .zip file is the same file I uploaded to my website, I thought maybe someone got into it and add some malware payload. So, I made a totally new compilation with a couple bug fixes while I was in the code and made a new zip and uploaded it to the site. This ONLY occurs with 360 Total Security Antivirus, which an end user is using.
BTW - My desktop is secured with ESET NOD32 and is running fine with no indications of virus. I'm reasonably sure the PC is not infected.
It is listing HEUR/QVM20.1.55BF.Malware.Gen.
Is it possible that one of the Pelles Libraries code has been used by someone making malware and this section of library is being used as the signature?
I can't get an answer back (two email) from the 360 Total Security people, they are ignoring my requests.
The program TWCalc (for calculating toneholes on Pennywhistles) is here: http://kingsmills.us/twcalc/twcalc.htm
I don't understand why this is happening, there is no intent to have any malware in this.