June 13, 2013 in Feedback
this morning i tried to update ipBoard - after uploading the "board3_4_5.zip" i got a message from my provider, the file -> ips.editor.js are infected | HTML.Exploit.CVE_2013_312.
Edit: While I had originally suggested not to upload this file, IP.Chat does still use it.
thanks for your fast response ;)
but now i have a problem - i can´t upload this file!
My provider locked my account, it´s not allowed to upload files containing malware/virus :sad:
The thing is, this file does not contain malware. It is a false positive report by the virus scanner tool being used.
It appears at this time that only ClamAV-based anti-virus engines are reporting this as a malicious file. We have run tests with Norton, AVG and avast and none of these tools flag the file.
I have reported this as a false positive to ClamAV. I am hopeful that they will respond quickly.
In the mean time, I would suggest asking your host to unlock your account and then simply removing the file if you do not use IP.Chat.
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