alvarnell at mac.com
Tue Sep 1 20:28:38 EDT 2015
Let me start by saying that I don’t recall an engine update ever flagging less files as infected. If anything, they would enable even more signatures to identify more files, so I’m confident that PUA.Script.PDF.EmbeddedJS-1 would work exactly the same with today’s engine.
On Tue, Sep 01, 2015 at 03:37 PM, aklist wrote:
> Hi All: A PDF attachment to an email was scanned by clamAV and found to have the following virus: PUA.Script.PDF.EmbeddedJS-1
> I googled around on this and found some reports that it's a false positive. I'm still running 0.96.1 on MacOS 10.6.8, and I realize that it is out of date, but I was curious if later versions of clamAV would also flag this virus?
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