Unfortunately that is the wrong answer. As a developer you are
supposed to look into why it is doing it, not just suggest I use
alternative av or I turn it off. Won't bother using this program
Jack, what you're reporting is not a problem with Droplr's code.
Unfortunately, we have no power over how Norton detects viruses. If
you think Norton is correctly identifying Droplr as a virus, then
don't use Droplr. If you think Norton is wrong then please report
the problem to Norton. We can't change anything on our end.