Thank you for your message. There is already a thread on this topic. We do our best to resolve the issue. Microsoft responds, but the resolution process is kind of slow, perhaps because the company is kind of big :)
Yes, we are aware of that. It was reported in this thread and some tickets. We are in conversation with Microsoft - they are responsive but looks like the issue is back after yesterday's successful attempt to eliminate it.
We'll keep trying to make Microsoft resolve this asap. Sorry for any inconvenience.
This detection was strange from the very beginning. For example, when we tested it yesterday Windows Defender falsely notified as about this "trojan" but still allowed Viewer to run. Then why they call the Viewer a trojan in the first place? :)
Anyway, we have already received a response from Microsoft and they asked some more information. We'll make sure that this issue is resolved soon.
Thank you for your message. Yes, this problem was also reported today by a few other users as well. We have already contacted Microsoft regarding this issue. Hopefully, they will fix it as soon as possible.
I perfectly understand your frustration because we are frustrated with these uncontrolled and irresponsible antivirus software behaviors too.
P.S. I will move this thread to the antivirus sub -forum.
No, I didnt clone them, I installed them manually on each computers.
If you installed them manually on three different physical machines and generated the Internet ID in the Host settings it is next to impossible that there are duplicate IDs on even two Hosts, much less three or more :)
Are you sure you have indeed the same IDs on those Hosts? Could you please verify it by right-clicking the Host icon in the system tray and selecting "Internet ID connection settings". The ID will be displayed in a window like this: