a) Installed Eclipse Neon.3 from oomph installer - Eclipse Downloads
b) Installed all of JBoss Tools from the Eclipse marketplace (don't have to install Integration Stack to get this file installed)
c) updated Defender to latest definitions
- Last update: Update for Windows 10 Version 1607 for x64-based Systems (KB3150513) (on 2017-04-22)
- Last Defender update: Definition Update for Windows Defender - KB2267602 (Definition 1.241.274.0). installed 2017-04-24 at 12:12pm EDT
- Virus/spyware definition 1.241.323.0
d) ran custom scan on my ~/eclipse, ~/.eclipse and ~/.p2 folders - no problems found.
Maybe your Defender needs to be configured to ignore your ~/eclipse folder?
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By the way, this forum is deprecated and may at some point disappear / become read-only. You should use Stack Overflow for future questions about JBoss Tools or Red Hat Developer Studio.
Thanks for the quick reply.
I had updated to the latest at the time of writing the post; perhaps it was an earlier version than the one identified in your post. Regardless, I updated again today after reading your post and the version is now at 1.241.345.0 and the file is no longer being flagged.
I did have the same latest Windows Update as you, though.
Thanks for the forum links and the FYI.