False positive: Google Chrome erroneously flags download as "malicious"

Recently, Google Chrome has started flagging some full version downloads as "malicious". This is a so-called "false positive", in other words, a mistake. Our files are encrypted against piracy, which sometimes may lead to false positives like this.

As with other false positives, please contact the vendor (Google in this case) and inform them about the error, so they can adapt their filter definitions. In the meantime, you can change your Google Chrome settings temporarily, or use a different browser to download.

You can tell if our software is clean when, during installation, Battlefront.com, Inc. appears as publisher of the file. This means that file hasn't been altered and includes the original Battlefront.com, Inc. code signature.

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