It is greatly done! it's subtle and works with my tester that has Bitdefender on his computer and kept blaming me for the false positive! Huge thanks!
- Windows build: new "Unpacked EXE" option in the Windows property tab. If this option is selected, DLL's and extension files are copied to a Modules sub-directory (you can change the name), and the app data are saved to a .DAT file with the same name as the EXE, this may reduce a bit the risk of false positive. You can use this option if you get false positives in the future and don't need a single EXE without other files. However, the best and most secure solution to avoid false positives is signing your EXE with a code signing certificate (not free), and not use this option so that your app data is signed too.