Just to let anyone know.
Archi-Wi32-Setup-4.1.1.zip passed all virus scanners: https://www.virustotal.com/#/file/61d46b0f29fc5884efddc559a3cbc880ca0697a37be67c3dd1f90ae5f55a6da5/detection
Please add other versions below.
There's never been viruses in Archi binaries, and there aren't now.
Sometimes Symantec's scanner will flag up a "WS.Reputation.1" (https://www.symantec.com/security_response/writeup.jsp?docid=2010-051308-1854-99) but this is not a virus, rather it's Symantec's crappy idea of an app's "reputation". All you have to do is send a note to Symantec to say, "it's OK" and then it's whitelisted. I refuse to do that for every Archi release and beta release. In this case, my advice would be to uninstall Symantec's crap-ware and install a proper scanner.
Also, there are MD5 checksums on the download site to check authenticity of the binaries.
@Phil, nice you mentioned issues with Symantec.
Anyway the purpose was to demonstrate by facts what you in fact declared - no viruses. Now anyone can clearly see that.
The call to post another versions was rather to the community (i.e. users installing other versions).
Yes, thanks for the good intentions. :-)
I just thought I would convey my feelings about Symantec's scanner, which I regard as a virus. ;-)
Quote from: Phil Beauvoir on December 12, 2017, 22:53:04 PM
... which I regard as a virus.
I feel the same for many of them since late 90s. ;)