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You can choose...
1) Do not use farmanager.
2) Do not use windows defender.
3) Add exception rule.
4) Report false positive to M$.
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Unfortunately, antivirus companies have reached the conclusion that it is better to raise false alarms than to be precise: A false positive costs them nothing, the whole price is paid by the affected developer, while a missing detection can be seen by their customers as a problem. Unfortunately, there is little a developer can do about it - even if he reports a false positive and even if the antivirus company acts on that report, it will simply return the detection at their earliest convenience.