[clamav-users] 99.3 for Ubuntu
alvarnell at mac.com
Fri Jan 26 03:18:33 UTC 2018
Are you sure you have the correct 0.99.3 download released late today from <http://www.clamav.net/downloads>?
That README only contains the following:
> ClamAV 0.99.3 is a hotfix release to patch a set of vulnerabilities.
> - fixes for the following CVE's: CVE-2017-6418, CVE-2017-6420,
> CVE-2017-12374, CVE-2017-12375, CVE-2017-12376, CVE-2017-12377,
> CVE-2017-12378, CVE-2017-12379, CVE-2017-12380.
> - also included are 2 minor fixes to properly detect openssl install
> locations on FreeBSD 11, and prevent false warnings about zlib 1.2.1#
> version numbers.
> Thank you to the following ClamAV community members for your code
> submissions and bug reports!
> Alberto Garcia
> Daniel J. Luke
> Francisco Oca
> Sebastian A. Siewior
> Suleman Ali
> Special thanks to Offensive Research at Salesforce.com for responsible disclosure.
On Thu, Jan 25, 2018 at 06:46 PM, Chris wrote:
> I noticed this in the README:
> Additionally, we have introduced important changes and new features in
> ClamAV 0.99.3, including:
> - Deprecating internal LLVM code support. The configure script has
> changed to search the system for an installed instance of the LLVM
> development libraries, and to otherwise use the bytecode interpreter
> for ClamAV bytecode signatures. To use the LLVM Just-In-Time compiler
> for executing bytecode signatures, please ensure that the LLVM
> development package at version 3.6 or lower is installed. Using the
> deprecated LLVM code is possible with the command: './configure --with-
> system-llvm=no', but it no longer compiles on all platforms.
> If I read the above correctly -
> To use the LLVM Just-In-Time compiler for executing bytecode
> signatures, please ensure that the LLVM development package at version
> 3.6 or lower is installed. Using the deprecated LLVM code is possible
> with the command: './configure --with-system-llvm=no', but it no longer
> compiles on all platforms.
> But then the pbuilder output says - Depends: llvm-3.9-dev
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