[jitsi-dev] Re: Virus-Warning on jmsoutlookaddrbook.dll (Was: [Ticket ID:201103161020201] [fileSubmission] New file submission)


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Ingo, all,

Here's the forwarded answer from the BitDefender guys with respect to
the virus/threat status of jmsoutlookaddrbook.dll.

Regards,
Lyubomir

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---------- Forwarded message ----------

From: BitDefender Customer Care <support@bitdefender.com>

Date: Mon, Mar 21, 2011 at 7:49 PM
Subject: Re: [Ticket ID:201103161020201] [fileSubmission] New file submission
To: Lyubomir Marinov <lubo@jitsi.org>

Dear Lyubomir Marinov,

Thank you for your interest in our security solution, BitDefender.

The sample is no longer detected with our latest definitions.

Best regards,

Cristian Raducu
BitDefender Technical Support Engineer
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---------------------- Original Message ---------------------

Lyubomir Marinov <lubo@jitsi.org> wrote

Dear BitDefender Customer Care,

Thank you very much for your reply! I'm attaching
jmsoutlookaddrbook.zip which contains the suspected
jmsoutlookaddrbook.dll and uses the password "infected" (without the
quotes).

Best regards,
Lyubomir Marinov

On Thu, Mar 17, 2011 at 9:56 PM, BitDefender Customer Care > <support@bitdefender.com> wrote:
> Dear Lyubomir Marinov,
>
> In order to be able to provide you specific information please send us the
> suspect/infected files as described below. Please note that these files will
> be used for malware analysis only and will be treated accordingly.
>
> . Locate the suspect/infected files:
>
> . Compress the files using a common archiver of your choice (e.g.: WinZip,
> WinRAR, WinAce etc.); Protect the archive with the password "infected" (or
> another password of your choice);
> . Attach the archive to a reply to this message and make sure to enclose the
> password in the message body.
>
>
> Alternative way of sending suspect/infected files:
>
> After locating the file/s in question listed above,you can upload them on a
> server of your choice such as http://www.sendspace.com
> For this you need to visit http://www.sendspace.com and press the Choose File
> button to locate the file.
> Once you selected the file press the Upload File button
> The upload process will start and at the end the website will generate you a
> download link.
> Please reply back to this email and send us the link that's under Download
> Link:
>
>
> ~
>
> We will contact you once the analysis is complete.
>
> Best regards,
>
> Cristian Raducu
> BitDefender Technical Support Engineer
> -------------------------------------
> http://www.bitdefender.com/help
> https://myaccount.bitdefender.com
> -------------------------------------
> Use Quick Scan: http://quickscan.bitdefender.com
>
>
> ---------------------- Original Message ---------------------
>
> lubo@jitsi.org wrote
>
>> From : lubo@jitsi.org
>> Dear BitDefender team,
>>
>> I'm a developer for the SIP Communicator/Jitsi open-source project.
>> According to be BitDefender on www.virustotal.com, the submitted
>> jmsoutlookaddrbook.dll represents a threat with the name
>> Gen:Trojan.Heur.P.bK4@faA71qi. The SIP Communicator community believes the
>> report is a false positive and we can provide its full source code.
>>
>> Best regards,
>> Lyubomir Marinov
>>
>
>