Unfortunately, the Forticlient Anti Exploit module marks that communication as malicious on chromium-based browsers, as evidenced by the log line below. msg="AntiExpoit has detected violation" action= ae_api=CreateProcess ae_reason="Run payload in protected process" app="C:\\Program Files (x86)\\Microsoft\\Edge\\Application\\msedge.exe" msg="AntiExpoit has detected violation" action= ae_api=CreateProcess ae_reason="Run payload in protected process" app=C:\Users\username\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe
Could you kindly mark this detection as a false positive?
Op sounds like a freelancer / works from home. He’s clearly not working at an office. Maybe there’s no room where he lives for a second computer or he can’t afford one at the moment. Saying him having or leaving open a program is his fault is irrelevant because it just proves his point that it scans your computer and not trying to make sure the game isn’t being tampered with. Adding to that just because you work on QA or malware research doesn’t mean you play videogames or play PC games. They probably work out of an office anyway.
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