We have implemented numerous security features to prevent the software from being hacked. One of this features is "packing" (encrypting) the executable. Because of this, some Antivirus programs can detect our software as suspicious files (because they cannot "unpack" it and analyze it).

Another thing that can trigger a false positive detection is caused by recent updates that we did for the products. Since we constantly release new updates, your Antivirus can "see" the updates file as new (used by few users) and can mark it as suspicious.

Simply click on ignore and you should be fine. Try to add our software to your Firewall/Antivirus exception's list and you won't have problems.

We hope you understand that it was necessary for us to take this measure to prevent crackers from freely distributing our software.