Anyone have any concerns with this?
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  • No. The fact that 3 relatively obscure A/V applications out of 55 returned a false positive of a generic "Trojan", a label that is often abused by A/V companies anyway, is of no concern to me.
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Please try running the setup so it dumps its content to temp and scan that so the scan can be more direct in where it sees something concerning. I recommend a disposable VM in the off chance that the setup package has really been somehow compromised. ASE contains distributions of KiXtart and AutoIt which are not uncommonly identified as potentially malicious-- this has historically been the cause of false positives in the past. 
Answered 07/16/2015 by: bkelly
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