FALSELY listed as 'malware': For those concerned: Version v4.21 of DaisyDisk was the victim of a FALSE POSITIVE by some of the less scrupulous anti-malware programs. It was listed as "Agent.G" or "PuAgent-CD" or similar Potentially Unwanted Program (PUP or similar category). All versions of DaisyDisk, except v4.21 have NOT been so identified. - - I wrote to the developer about the false positive of version 4.21. Here is his response: - - "It has recently come to my attention that some AVs are relying on a self-proclaimed third-party service called Appesteem which chose to include DaisyDisk in their list of so-called “deceptor” apps. By the “deception”, as it follows from their website, they mean that DaisyDisk locks some of its functions in the free trial mode. As ridiculous as it sounds, Appesteem refused to remove DaisyDisk from the said list, even after my detailed explanation, and proceeded to feed this list to the AVs, which seems to have caused the problem. The “pup” simply means potentially unwanted programs. For the moment the best solution would be to unblock DaisyDisk manually in your antivirus. I will think about what else can be done in this regard." - - NOTE: At this time, the false positive was only triggered version 4.21. Any other versions of DaisyDisk will NOT set off lame anti-malware apps. - - BTW: If you have an anti-malware app that was set off by DaisyDisk v4.12, I personally suggest you get a better, more discerning brand.