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Cylance virus scan issue

We've recently started using Cylance Protect, and are having issues with SourceTree.

The threat location is indicated as: C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Local\Atlassian\SourceTree\git_local\usr\bin\sh.exe

Question 1 is this a false positive?

Question 2 at what folder level should we apply a scan exclusion to enable a permanent fix that will not be impacted by future upgrades?


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  1. Yes, assuming it is the sh.exe distributed with Sourcetree
  2. Probably the \bin level in the path you've got - stuff outside \bin should not be executable so still worth checking

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