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So apparently I am confused regarding the available Flric downloads. First off:

https://flirc.tv/downloads has the

"Latest Release

Flirc Setup.exe [v3.22.4]"

which downloads as Flirc.exe

 

Then we have this page:

https://flirc.tv/support/flirc-usb

 

"Flirc Installer [v3.25.3]"

which downloads as Flirc-Setup-3.25.3.exe

 

Which download should I use? And why are both flagged as dangerous and blocked by Chrome?

Many thanks!

 

 

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I'm getting the flirc-setup-3.25.3.exe blocked by both chrome and Windows atm...

 

Obviously concerning...

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Flirc any fix for this I cannot download from your site. You need to write off to google to get it unlocked.

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Firefox blocks it too.  I don't know about Chrome, but in FF you can go to Tools-Downloads, right-click on it and select "Allow Download" and it works.

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I don't know what the hell is wrong with windows. I'm sorry. There are no viruses. It's crazy. It doesn't say what it is, it's erroneous. 

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12 hours ago, jason said:

I don't know what the hell is wrong with windows. I'm sorry. There are no viruses. It's crazy. It doesn't say what it is, it's erroneous. 

I'm having this issue as well on Chrome. I can download it using Edge but based on what Chrome is saying I think I'm going to hold off until it's fixed. Maybe you should check out this link and try to get it resolved: https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/3258249 This is the link that Chrome directs you to if you try to download the file.

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1 hour ago, Logan Nolag said:

I'm having this issue as well on Chrome. I can download it using Edge but based on what Chrome is saying I think I'm going to hold off until it's fixed. Maybe you should check out this link and try to get it resolved: https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/3258249 This is the link that Chrome directs you to if you try to download the file.

Chrome can be notorious for reporting false positives. As long as you have an anti-virus enabled on your system, ignore that message.

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I'm with Logan's comment above. More specifically: To help protect users, Google maintains a list of websites that are known to host malicious downloads and a list of trusted software publishers. If you're a software publisher and your binaries are flagged by Chrome, learn how to resolve malware or unwanted software issues related to your downloads.

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