Thanks for the heads up. It does indeed to appear to be a false positive. Googling for ‘TrojanDropper.Daws.gpp’ finds other instances where ‘Jiangmin’ is the only only engine to report that threat for other files.
Fortunately virustotal also shows a SHA256 hash of the submitted sample, so I can confirm that your download was not tampered with – it’s the original from us. We publish current checksums here: https://www.axcrypt.net/cryptographic-hashes-files/ .
I cannot stress how important it is that anyone who finds something suspicious, such as virus engine alerts or incorrect or suspicious digital signatures include:
– A sample of the file in question.
– A correct and full URL of where it was downloaded. (‘The AxCrypt site’ is not precise enough, the full URL as shown in the browser address bar, please!). I.e.: https://www.axcrypt.net/download/ which is the official download page, or even https://account.axcrypt.net/download/axcrypt-2-setup.exe which is the actual download itself.