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Antivirus contact list

On overview of contact possibilities to report false positives to the antivirus vendor.

Antivirus Online Form Email
AegisLab N/A [email protected]
AhnLab N/A [email protected]
Antity N/A [email protected]
Arcabit N/A [email protected]
Avast N/A
Avira [email protected]
BitDefender [email protected]
Bkav Pro N/A [email protected]
ClamAV N/A
Comodo [email protected]
Cylance N/A [email protected]
Cynet N/A [email protected]
Cyren N/A [email protected]
e-Gambit N/A
Emsisoft [email protected]
eScan [email protected]
ESET-NOD32 N/A [email protected]
F-Secure N/A
FireEye N/A [email protected]
Fortinet [email protected]
Gdata N/A
GridinSoft [email protected]
Ikarus N/A [email protected]
Jiangmin N/A [email protected]
K7 Computing [email protected]
Kaspersky [email protected]
Malwarebytes N/A
MAX N/A [email protected]
Microsoft N/A
Qihoo-360 N/A
Sangfor Engine Zero N/A [email protected]
Sophos ML [email protected]
Symantec [email protected]
TrendMicro N/A
VBA32 AntiVirus N/A [email protected]
ZoneAlarm N/A

Email template

A sample email template for reporting false positives by email.

Subject: False Positive Submission

Dear {AntivirusVendor} Support Team,

I write this email to report a false positive concerning the following software:
{Filename}, {Hash}

The Bitcoin Core Client is falsely detected as malicious.
It does NOT contain a malicious behavior.

It is not possible to mine with this software, since the mining code was removed with the v.0.13.0 a couple years ago:

Can you please remove this false positive?

Best regards