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July 18 2014 F-Secure detected infection in its own updates

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andrzej
andrzej W/ Alumni Posts: 48 Junior Protector

Late evening EST on July 18th 2014, my server was bombarded with alerts what looks look like the diffs for F-Secure definitions updates for Client Security:

 

Malicious code found in file C:\Windows\Temp\fsaua.tmp\difflist_ourPMS_ServerDNS_80_576687434_1\cevakrnl.rv1.
Infection: Win95.CIH.299

This should not ever happen,kinda late, but I am sharing that with others through this forum.

 

 

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  • SpooK
    SpooK W/ Alumni Posts: 2 W/ Former Staff
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    Hi Andrzej,

     

    We have our customer reporting back the issue is resolved. We would kindly seek your feedback on this issue. Is the issue resolved for you?

     

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  • andrzej
    andrzej W/ Alumni Posts: 48 Junior Protector
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    Issue was resolved shortly after, I just created this post to alert people about such short lasting inconvenience.

  • SeanV
    SeanV W/ Alumni Posts: 19 Cyber Knight
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    Dear andrzej,

     

    We are glad the issue is fixed for you and we would like to thank you for your alert post to help the rest of F-Secure users.

     

    Cheers

    Sean Veloo

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