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How to submit samples when an application vendor disputes a PUP detection
Technical Articles ID:   KB85569
Last Modified:  9/24/2015


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This article describes how to submit samples in the case of a dispute by a vendor of a Potentially Unwanted Program (PUP) detection.

This process is relevant to software development companies that believe their product has been incorrectly classified as a Potentially Unwanted Program, for example Adware or Spyware.


If you believe your product has been incorrectly classified as a PUP, complete the Detection Dispute Submission Form:


NOTE: This procedure is intended for software developers and software producers as mentioned above, and should not be confused with procedures for submitting other false detections or interoperability issues.


The content of this article originated in English. If there are differences between the English content and its translation, the English content is always the most accurate. Some of this content has been provided using Machine Translation translated by Microsoft.

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