We use Indigo Rose Setup Factory to create install programs for our software. We have used both Indigo Rose and Kapersky for many years now.
Last week, when creating a new setup.exe file in Indigo Rose, Kapersky quarantined the file, reporting a Trojan.Win32.Generic infection and then deletes the file.
BUT, when I disable Kapersky, create the setup.exe and then scan the newly created file with Kapersky, it finds no infection. I can't add an exception, because the file doesn't exist prior to creating it with Indigo Rose. I am certain that it is a false positive that happens during the creation of the temporary files and/or the final EXE being created.
How can I resolve this?