A Virtual Piano For Your Windows Desktop

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  1. Sorry, folks– Norton says this piano file acted suspiciously, and removed it from my computer as soon as it was downloaded.

  2. Must be a false positive. I submitted it to a couple multi-scanners and only ClamAV popped a positive. Even on VirusTotal, Symantec/Norton shows no positive. I also ran it against MS Security Essentials and it wasn’t flagged. It may be a butt-ugly Flash app, but I don’t see it being malware.

    VirusTotal Report
    https://www.virustotal.com/file-scan/report.html?id=375cc37f9f18d50b3f4c04e0213026716706f59796781964fdc650ba9ea8439e-1283611279

    Jotti Malware Scan
    http://virusscan.jotti.org/en/scanresult/adb52bdca0f9e02efcfe58cbb80cc2af67b15761/ff58bdeb012308b4e4c28f9e9bc774ebd52776cb

  3. I just wanted to chime in. Virus programs give false positives for .exe files all the time, which makes them absolutely useless. A better practice is common sense and research. Check comments to see if other people have verified a file is safe and working, and don’t download anything with suspicious sizes (a “pdf” that is 350 MB, or a movie that is 26kb in size and has no file extension, etc).

  4. If you would have looked at the reasons for Norton blocking this from your computer you would have probably seen that it was because of it’s reputation, meaning the amount of times it has been downloaded, so this rarely means it must have a virus

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