seni143 wrote:what ever is in my knowledge is this that if some one scan a file on antiviruse's site online, after 50+ scans, dumb antiviruses suspect it as virus!
It may be possible that happens but one would hope a virus would be added to an antivirus definition as soon as it had been scanned and found positive, not merely because it has a large number of scans.
Internet Explorer 9 takes the default view that all downloads which as yet have not had many download counts according to Microsoft's database are suspicious, irrespective of the download source. So when we release 1.3.14 Beta it will be flagged by IE9 as potential malware and you will have to confirm you really want to download it.
As for viruses allegedly found in Audacity downloads, we get told about these several times a week at our "feedback" address. We do want to hear about them but most are false positives because the compressed Audacity installer for Windows looks a bit like a virus to some antivirus software. Most of the other reports are users who have already acquired drive-by viruses from other sites, possibly Audacity scam sites like Download-Audacity.com.