.tk domains are so scrutinized by google that by using one it's more likely than not you'll have to contact them to remove you from the blacklist just because of the TLD itself.
As for anyone who is actually thinking this could be a virus, I won't say it isn't but, as a person with an interest in security I guarantee you the last place I'd want to place a trojan would be a low traffic subforum for developers of 1970/80's software. If it was a trojan, then OP would be the worst skiddie on earth.
in the future, OP, to avoid false positives:
-Seriously reconsider .tk TLD.
-Never upload bare .exe's. You'll notice most people share .MSI files instead for this sort of thing.
-If your own website isn't trusted by google for whatever reason (cough, free host or .tk) consider uploading the file to any number of free online services, and if you're black listed, head over to https://www.google.c...ilar processes.
Additionally, If the installer file is so big that it exceeds the original file sizes of the currently available visualbB zip packgages, then chances are your compression is incompetent or otherwise non-existent. Current limit here is what, 10mb? An installer should never exceed the size of the unzipped application held within, as a general rule. Otherwise, you might as well just share a folder.
Apparently someone already rubbed him the wrong way. The next revision will have twice the trojans
JUST KIDDING! But, remember kids: Jotti is your friend!
Hey, cut the kid some slack. He's like 12 or something.