I looked into the android app of an estim device, for research purposes ;) The app is available on the [manufacture’s website](https://dungeon-lab.com/app-download.php).
[VirusTotal flagged](https://www.virustotal.com/gui/file/bffce13420b4a3592bbd5281458f6fd7691e5102e7e20f82a3d48b5fcf69ae52) version 1.2.4.
I already posted my concern in a [post](https://www.reddit.com/r/estim/comments/ox76zz/virus_in_dg_labs_coyote_app/) on [r/estim](https://www.reddit.com/r/estim/). The manufacturer stated in the comments that the app was “misjudged because of the reinforcement service” they used.
My question is: Is this a thing? Can a reinforcement service lead to a false positive? What do you think in this case?
I mean, it is a widely used product in the scene and I find it hard to believe that they are intentionally integrating malwareinto the app.
Interested to hear your opinions.