Yeah im getting this too. Ive had this before however this time even when ive added the file to exclusions in Kaspersky it still flags, if you actually virus scan the editor its clean but for some reason when its activated it puts a file in temp called HEUR:Trojan.Win32.Generic its very possible that the editor needs this or something to run, but kaspersky really really hates it and makes me do a full scan and a reboot every time i run it. As i know that some trainers and editors either need files that act like trojans i guess its understandable, and i know all the files from cheat happens are fine, its just really annoying that the anti virus flags it every time its run.
I also didnt get this on the old version, maybe it has something to do with the new features?
Also for the record Jottis doesn't flag "HEUR:Trojan.Win32.Generic" on the actual file but its like it creates the file when running in users\appdata\temp, its immediately neuralized and the editor still works, very odd!
Hm the temp file could also be related to the obfuscator i'm using to prevent stealing code from .NET executables. Well looks like updating it to provide better Windows 8 supports has also the side effect that nearly every AV is overreacting.
Don't be worry about the tmp file, it's pretty harmless. I suggest to disable your AV before downloading the editor and add an exception to the file and maybe also your temp folders. Or just leave it disabled while using one of my editors.
I'll try to contact their support, but nothing i can do about it at the moment.
I got the same problem with kasperky so i move the files to the safe folder and then run the editor with admin rights. and it appears to run fine, trainer works fine.
in kasperky go to settings, aplication control, aplications, on the list of icons select the ones from C H and Right click and move to group "trusted" then run editor with admin rights and it should work.