Anti-Virus vendors & warnings
mstahl at redhat.com
Mon Oct 6 08:06:55 PDT 2014
On 06/10/14 16:45, Juergen Funk Mailinglist wrote:
> I don't know is that helpful information.
> Symantec delete that files in my case
> - writerfilter\qa\cppunittests\rtftok\data\pass\
i hope we can encrypt this one like the CVE test-cases, so it doesn't
cause warnings any more.
> - d:\bld\deb\workdir\UnpackedTarball\icu\source\bin\
> Virus: Suspicious.Cloud
> - d:\bld\deb\workdir\UnpackedTarball\nss\nss\lib\zlib\out\
> Virus: Suspicious.Cloud.5
> The "rtf"-file have excluded from the scan.
those are probably not something we can work around easily; can you
report and upload these files as "false positive" to your Anti-virus
tool vendor? i mean, you are paying them for the tool, so they should
fix it if it doesn't work :)
> When I have this follow "autogen.sh setting" then the "exe" have the virus
> BUT with this "autogen.sh setting" NO VIRUS for "exe"
so that's the "random" difference, perhaps it's because dbgutil uses
MSVC debug runtime? fun...
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