If you have a good reason to believe, and are able to demonstrate, that a file was mistakenly classified, please complete the following form and provide the file details.
If you believe an application, file or URL you encountered is malicious, tell us about it.
“Suspicious” classification signifies that the application or software that is being downloaded and/or used has been classified by us as suspicious, questionable, undesired and/or unknown. It may suffer from a poor reputation, massive users complaints, or is likely to carry functions or behaviors that are not fully disclosed to, or consented by, the user. Our emphasis in this classification is mostly on ungenuine intent and reputation.
This includes questionable distribution tactics or sources, behaviors that un-genuinely force users to install programs, click buttons, call a phone number or take any other action designed to benefit the attacker, but not the user. In some cases, when we are in the process of analyzing a file based on a solid suspicion that it is malicious an Adware, Spyware or trickware, we will also classify it as “Suspicious” to signal our users to be extra cautious. Until we finish the analysis and are able to classify it more accurately.
The following is a (non-exhaustive) list of some behavioral examples and symptoms of “how ‘Suspicious files’ are likely to behave when evading, or attempting to evade, your Mac system”.
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