Suddenly last week, vbscript compiled as exe with Primalscript started to be flagged as trojan by my AV. I uploaded to virustotal and amazingly saw that my AV wasn't the only one with the false positive. So I send each company an email with the zipped exe and an explanation of why it was a FP(any script, even one with just a wscript.echo in it is reported as a trojan as soon as it's compiled as an exe) Well, a full week later it's still detected by all those AV. Getting tired of it cause I have to put multiple exception in the config. Some of those scripts run on servers to do administrative jobs. Just glad it's not the same AV on the servers, it would have been a major pain to remove the scripts from quarantine everywhere and add an exception for each. Why does it take them so long to fix FP? Yes, infections are bad, but FP can be as crippling to an organisation.