AIOStream is a commonly used music streams automation tool, which can help users to generate payable streams from music sites like Spotify, Deezer, Youtube, Apple, Tidal, Napster, etc., However, some users report that when they use it, some security software may warn them that it has a virus. It has brought certain troubles to the developers and users of the software. This blog will explain the reason.
To protect their intellectual property rights, the developers of the software packed it. Packing refer to encrypting, compressing, and obfuscating an executable program to protect its intellectual property and prevent decompilation, modification, and piracy. The packer can embed the code of the original program into its code; and add some additional codes and data, such as algorithms for decoding and restoring codes, checksum, licenses, etc. When the program is running, the packer will first decrypt and restore the codes, then execute the codes of the original program. Therefore, the packer can hide and protect the code and data of the original program to a certain extent.
However, the presence of packers can also cause problems for some security software. Security software usually scans programs on your computer for viruses or other malicious code.
Some automated programs need to perform operations on the target system, such as simulating keyboard and mouse input, automatic clicking, etc. These operations may be similar to the behavior of viruses. If these automated programs are misidentified as viruses by antivirus software, they may be blocked or deleted, causing normal business processes to be affected.