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Detection of D language source files
I've noticed that Norton Security has a habit of detecting files related to the D programming language as malicious. This includes files such as dub.exe (a D language build tool and package manager), libcurl.dll (distributed by DUB to allow D programs to link against curl), and even my own source code files for D (as in text source, not compiled binaries). This is quite disruptive to my work when Norton quarantines dub in the middle of a build. I've found a temporary solution in adding D related source directories to Norton's exclude list, but this shouldn't be necessary. Especially for the source files, which are harmless plain text.
I've attached one of the source files Norton quarantined during one of my builds. (.d extension renamed to .txt) This file is a third party date formatting library written in D (and is open source on GitHub).