[typo] Issues checking out Typo source, Virus Scan blocking some files
Koen Van der Auwera
kvanderauwera at gmail.com
Wed Oct 26 03:11:28 EDT 2005
Yes, I've seen it too, but I believe it was an a different file. Don't
remember how I handled it though.
On 10/26/05, Scott Laird <scott at sigkill.org> wrote:
> On Oct 25, 2005, at 5:17 PM, Kyle Heon wrote:
> For some reason, when I try to checkout a copy of Typo from Subversion on my
> WINXP machine which has a newly installed McAffee Virus scanner installed it
> complains about a file in the vendor\bluecloth\tests folder. The strangest
> thing though is that it's one of the Subversion files that it specifies.
> It claims the file is infected with a JS/Exploit-CrossSite Trojan.
> I'm pretty certain it is McAffee being overly protective but I'm just
> curious if anyone else has seen the same thing and if so, how they got
> around it short of shutting off active scanning.Your virus scanner is being
> overly paranoid. I suspect that turning it off will be the easiest way
> around the problem, but I'm not really sure--I don't use one, so I never
> have to find workarounds for them.
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