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Many to One Download
It appears that some Anti-Virus products
are falsely reporting the Many to One zip file as potentially
infected with a virus. Because it accesses
both the registry and e-mail, some anti-virus products see this
as suspect behaviour and block the download, variously reporting
Malware or Trojan infection.
I could remove the e-mail functionality,
and that should address the concerns of those AV products, but
that would also cripple the functionality of the add-in, making
the whole exercise pointless.
I am not advocating that you take my
word for it, that these warnings are false flags.
In the following illustration from
On-Line Check, you will see that on the 18th
April 2021, 1 product,
which I have never heard of (out of 87) saw the file as
main players in the AV industry find no issues.
I check regularly and other checks have shown largely
similar results. Sometimes the nature of the alleged 'threat'
changes as the AV software writers update their products, but
the outcome is invariably similar.
I am beginning to wonder if these products find 'problems' in
order to sell those products to deal with them.
Check out the file for yourself using
the above link, or any other AV product of your choice, and make your own decision as to whether the file
is safe to download and install.
Hopefully these warnings will become a thing of the past, however if
you have concerns, please contact me via my contacts page.
Frankly this add-in is a victim of its
complexity and has been a nightmare to ensure that it works for
as many users as possible, with different Office and Windows
configurations to accommodate. The over-zealous virus checking
has been the last straw.
If you have a working version of this add-in, then there is no
necessity to update it. If however you do so, ensure that you
retain that working version so that you may revert if the latest
version does not work for you.