Malware classification is a "false positive"
il-gw.exeis a false positive. It does not contain any malware or trojan and is safe to use.
Investigation by the fine experts at Avira have shown that the classification of our WordLink executable
il-gw.exe is a false positive. It does not contain (and never has contained) any malware or trojan and is safe to use. A future virus definition update for your anti-virus software should remedy the false alarm.
Downloads have been put back online.
- My anti-virus software claims that not only
il-gw.exeis infected, but also all my upCast installers!
- This is because those installers have
il-gw.exebundled in their files. When you look closely at the log files of your software, you'll notice that your anti-virus software actually looks into and decompresses our installers and finally finds the
il-gw.exeapplication inside, which it thinks is infected and therefore reports an indection for the whole installer executable. Since
il-gw.exeis clean, however, so are our installers.
- But my anti-virus software claims that also
upcast.jaris infected! That is a Java archive, not an exe file.
il-gw.exeis included in the Java archive (which actually is a special ZIP archive). Your protection software unpacks that archive, sees the
il-gw.execontained therein, and issues a (false) alarm.
If you have any further questions or concerns regarding this matter, please don't hesitate to contact our customer support.