Windows 2016.03.08.00

Download and install the latest ARC robot programming software to experience these updates.


- new firmware for ez-b v4.x/2 (disables N wifi for longer distance and increased reliability)

- Clear Variables re-inits variables that were supposed to be set (i.e. $direction, $ezbplayingaudio)

- New variable $EZBPlayingAudio

- fixed negative number Boolean comparison without quotes from:

- fixed split and spaces from this thread:

- fixed length() function from this thread:
Kaspersky Internet Security software is flagging ARC skill plugin Manager.exe as a dangerous program and deleting it. After I undeleted and said that I trusted it. Kaspersky flags the ARC skill plugin Manager.exe as containing a virus and quarranteenss it.

I think Kaspersky flagged the ARC skill plugin Manager.exe as dangerous in the background on me in the end of february update as well.

Anyone else having a problem like this?
Hey Robert, I've only heard negative things about Kaspersky, I know many folks like it though. I use Norton and every now and again it flags ARC as not trustworthy but I always get the option to ignore the warning. Most of the time Norton actually gives a green check that it is trust worthy (Because of course ARC is trust worthy!).

Have you tried creating an exclusion rule, like this:
Ha, I assure you there are no viruses in ARC.:)

Kaspersky is confused and also a little biased because it bases the security level on the number installation instances. Because few people use kaspersky, and ARC.isn't as popular as Microsoft word, I can see how they have trust issues with it. That is no excuse, however. As they should investigate manually before making assumptions in their software.
Didn't think it was a real virus detection, but I wanted to post about the false detection. I think I managed to make Kaspersky think everything is fine now. It didn't think anything was wrong with ARC itself. It was complaining about the plugin Manager only for some reason.
Symantec Endpoint Protection (Enterprise version of Norton) also doesn't trust ARC due to the number of known installations. It allows the EXE to be marked as an exception and removed from quarantine.