In some cases, the Windows Defender or Symantec Endpoint antivirus identifies Celiveo Virtual Printer as a threat.

We have submitted the file to Microsoft for a malware analysis who confirmed this was a false positive as proven by the reports below:

To avoid this problem, make sure that you add Celiveo to the antivirus exclusion list. To do so
- For Windows Defender, add the “C:\Program Files\Celiveo” folder to the exclusion list :
- For Symantec Endpoint, follow the procedure described here.

Celiveo software executable files are verified virus/malware using eSET Nod32, then digitally signed, and therefore can’t be patched at a later stage by a virus without triggering a signature failure alert.
If you receive an invalid signature alert, do you run the application as it means a software has modified the binary file.

Recent versions of Windows Defender wrongly reports some clean obfuscated .Net assemblies as a threat, this is a false positive.
Would you face that issue, we strongly recommend you try other anti-virus to get a confirmation before considering that detection as accurate.

Last modified: 5 November 2020


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