Since the lastest update pushed a couple of days ago my macs are showing a significant number of false positives. The most common one is Keylogger.amac.r and OSX.HellRTS which sound pretty scary. In my first Mac the detection happened in some applications and zip files which might be a possibility although they were pretty reliable. After 3 rounds of cleanups (each scan would find more) I went to my second Mac. In there, it found tons of instances on .plist files which are part of the developer documentation and sample code from XCode which must definitely be false positives.
This is my development laptop and I'm pretty sure is as safe as it gets.
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