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Re: Re: trojan warning!

From: John W. Eaton
Subject: Re: Re: trojan warning!
Date: Thu, 20 Feb 2020 11:02:11 -0500
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On 2/20/20 9:31 AM, Nicholas Jankowski wrote:
i just downloaded the 64bit windows 7z version, extracted libsqlite3-0.dll, did a local scan with Windows Defender (passed) and uploaded to virustotal. got the following:
this version with v5.2.0-1:

shows 11 of the 72 engines are set off by this file, mcafee included.

checking the v5.1.0 file from the exe installer, it shows up clean

so not sure what about 5.2.0 is setting off the false positives.  the files linked above by the original poster all set off one scanner i never heard of out of the 72 it tests.

I gpg signed the files that I uploaded to The signatures that I generated and uploaded are also included in the attached file. These files have been on my system since I created them. I did not download them from or any mirror. Do they still match the ones on and the mirrors? If not, we have a problem. But if they do match, as I expect they do, then using those signatures, does gpg --verify show any problems for the files downloaded from or any of the mirrors? If so, then the files on the server were probably not hacked.

I don't know why virus detection software is reporting a problem with the sqlite DLL. I built the binary installers and zip files using mxe-octave. You can do the same if you want to verify. The sqlite package was built from sources. Logs of the builds (one for each of the w32, w64, and w64-64 Windows binary versions of Octave) are included in the attached file.

If somehow there is a real problem with that DLL, then please help us fix it. Otherwise, I hope we can get the virus detection software to stop reporting this file as a problem.


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