FP While scanning zipped website script

Hi,
I did a full scan on my computer and I got a false positive in a zipped website community script that I have saved. It’s a legitimate script, not nulled, I downloaded it right from the company that makes the script and it’s licensed.

The report:


TrojWare.Win32.VB.yfs@98324356 C:\Users\user\Downloads\0f2f4d-phpfox-2.0.4-community.zip|index.html.php

I can guarantee for sure that this is not any type of trojan. At least I would most certainly hope not for the price that’s been paid for the license :stuck_out_tongue:

I just extracted the zip file as well and the same warning came up while extracting with the exact same file. I’m going to do a scan of the directory and post the contents of the file as well. I’m pretty sure there is no arbitrary code in any of the index.html.php files, there are a lot of them.

Ok, I scanned the folder and it came up clean.
The contents of any index.html.php in the file is copyrighted so I can’t post the source. I thought it was one of the files with just some filler text, but what the file is is a php file that makes sure that a global variable is defined or kill the script.

Hello pornophobic,

Thank you for letting us know about this. We’ll check it and get back to you soon.

Kind Regards,
Erik M.

Hi pornophobic,

Reported FP has been fixed. Please check in DB 4738.

Regards,
Haja