4 Replies Latest reply on Jun 2, 2017 8:43 AM by dmeier

    False Artemis!327B43E34370

    evpo

      Hello everybody,

       

      I am the developer of EncryptPad project. About May 19 encryptpad.exe of version 0.3.2.5 was flagged as Artemis. Here is the link Link removed until McAfee deems it safe

       

      The file is "encryptpad0_3_2_5_win32.zip" and encryptpad.exe is in the zip. VirusTotal report: Antivirus scan for 26af2bb32b44a87417603e1648b2250cf8dd176fc5ed6589b929f49f5e9ed3b2 at2017-05-24 03:27:18 UTC - VirusTot…

       

      I believe this is a false positive. Could you please investigate this issue?

       

      Regards,

      Evgeny

        • 1. Re: False Artemis!327B43E34370
          evpo

          Apologies, I think I asked my question inappropriately. I sent an email with the "False Artemis" as in the subject of this question. However, I didn't attach the encrypted zip file. Do I need to attach it or the 12 digit code is enough? What else would you recommend to do?

          • 2. Re: False Artemis!327B43E34370
            evpo

            I sent the zipped exe file with "infected" password yesterday. In the submission instructions it says that I should receive an automated response almost immediately. However, I have waited for one day and there is no response. I checked the Spam as well. I am probably doing somethin wrong.

            • 3. Re: False Artemis!327B43E34370
              catdaddy

              I will contact someone at McAfee Labs on your behalf. During the interim I am removing your link to the .exe, until McAfee deems it safe. I hope you understand.

               

              The Escalated Ticket number is as follows     Ticket #: AM000971 - Virus Total Hashes/Zipped exe

              • 4. Re: False Artemis!327B43E34370
                dmeier

                This file was marked clean back on the 31st.  Should be good to go.

                 

                - David

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