[Assist] [Dev] High Importance

Christopher Davis brainblasted at disroot.org
Wed Jul 18 07:31:08 BST 2018

I have been looking into this, and it seems likely that this is a false 
positive. The code "6606621" was
also used for a CUPS file, and according to VirusTotal only ClamAV 
reported an issue. Information

Uploading to VirusTotal could help us figure out whether it's a valid 
report in this case too,
though be aware that you will need to run non-free JS within your 
browser to use the page.

On Wed, Jul 18, 2018 at 2:18 AM, Brett Gilio <brettg at posteo.net> wrote:
> Lucid Eagle writes:
>> It has come to my attention that there may be a trojan in the 
>> official
>> Parabola repos. As well as several other potential security issues 
>> as
>> well. They may all just be false positives, but this one is rather
>> alarming.
> Thank you for your email, we will look into this.
> As for the PUAs, you can pretty much ignore them. You really do not 
> need
> that setting to be enabled if you are not running an FTP server or
> anything of the sort on your machine where "drive-by" attacks can 
> occur.
> As for the Trojan, I will look into it and report back if nobody else
> does in the morning.
> --
> Brett M. Gilio
> Free Software Foundation, Member
> https://parabola.nu | https://emacs.org
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