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Re: PSPP-BUG: Malware detected

From: Marcus Klein
Subject: Re: PSPP-BUG: Malware detected
Date: Mon, 07 Mar 2022 14:39:25 -0300

Hi Friedrich,
thanks for your reply.
I was downloading Windows version of PSPP for my pc with Windows 10 Enterprise (Version 21H2, OS Build 19044.1526) (64-bit operating system, x64-based processor) 
My pc uses Cisco Secure Endpoint with Desktop Windows protect.
Here goes attached the screenshot of the Quarantine. I'm not security specialist. Just wanted to send the alert for your knowledge.
I'll search on ftp.gnu.org for other alternative.

Thank you.
Marcus Klein.

De: "Friedrich Beckmann" <friedrich.beckmann@gmx.de>
Enviada: 2022/03/06 03:24:31
Para: msklein@uol.com.br
Cc: bug-gnu-pspp@gnu.org
Assunto: Re: PSPP-BUG: Malware detected

Hi Marcus,
thanks for your hint. Could you maybe elaborate how you find this hint? So which virus checker with which version on which operating system version are you using? Do you have some more information what this signature means, i.e which malware is supposed to be found? I was not able to find something by googling.
Am 06.03.2022 um 02:59 schrieb Marcus Klein <msklein@uol.com.br>:
´╗┐Dear GNU,

I downloaded the pspp-64bit-install.exe file from https://caeis.etech.fh-augsburg.de/downloads/windows/1.5.3-g797d4c/pspp-64bit-install.exe
and it has a malware with signature W32.649BEE42BD-95.SBX.TG.
Also f_003d6d (not sure if this is a file inside the install package) has the same signature

Could you please update the compilation and advise?
Thanks in advance.

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