PowerShell Pro Tools and Anti-Virus

I put together some information about PowerShell Pro Tools and anti-virus. This should help stop false positives.

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Thank you for posting about this.

I would like to add that if a particular vendor still insists on detecting the application, it is often possible to upload it to them so they can investigate it. If their automated process agrees that it is not malware then they will add the hash to their reputation-based Allow List.

For example: https://symsubmit.symantec.com/

Edit #1: fixed typo
Edit #2: clarified

for me its BitDefender, FireEye, CrowdStrike and Windows Defender all saying my packages script is flag for having Trojan:Win32/Sabsik.FL.A!ml

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