I get thiis which gives me the option to download anyway:
However it quarantines it anyway, so something must have changed because I recommend this tool in the last link in my signature below.
It's up to the software maker to appeal this finding but here's what to do to appeal an Artemis quarantining:
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I downloaded it from BleepingComputer using Chrome and neither Chrome nor SiteAdvisor blocked the download.
I then uploaded it to VirusTotal for a re-scan (it's been checked at least twice in the past few hours). McAfee is still detecting an Artemis in the file, but I haven't run AdwCleaner yet to check this. Only one other AV product (from Rising, whoever they are) marks AdwCleaner as suspect (says it's PE:Backdoor.Win32.DarkKomet.b!1075356506)
This is 'Strange' to say the least. For we all have grown accustomed to all coming from Bleeping Computer to be Reliable/Safe. Was it not just a few months back, that there was a brief encounter along similar lines of such?
It has been reported by both me, Alec @ Blleeping Computer and by now I would assume the author, Xplode
as only McAfee and 1 other A/V detected it.