Yeah I’ll try that, even in the defenseevasion description on windows says it’s something that could be malicious, but not that it has actually detected real malware, I just wanted to point it out if it can be of any help.
This shit drives me crazy one day. I even removed the .exe compression from the config app for this release to make false positive detections less likely…
I’ll submit the sample as false positive to MS ASAP. Hopefully this will be resolved by tomorrow. Until now they always were fairly quick when stuff like this happened. Fingers crossed.
BTW: No need to reinstall vorpX. You can restore quarantined files in the Defender settings. Afterwards ideally exclude the vorpX program folder from Defender. Typically that would be C:\Program Files (x86)\Animation Labs\vorpX\