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Old 10-15-2005, 08:30 PM   #1
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Fprot results - good or bad?


I had an infected Windows PC on my network today that i was fixing. Afterwards, i wanted to scan my Linux box and make sure nothing had tried to migrate through the network. I have 8 files listed as being suspicious, i would like to get an opinion as to wether i should simply delete the hidden .java directory in my home directory based on these results, or are these files nothing to worry about:

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/home/myk.robinson/.java/deployment/cache/javapi/v1.0/jar/count.jar-5e403f07-59215360.zip->Beyond.class  is a destructive program
Virus-infected files in archives cannot be disinfected.
/home/myk.robinson/.java/deployment/cache/javapi/v1.0/jar/classload.jar-26b69f0a-12d83dba.zip->GetAccess.class  is a destructive program
Virus-infected files in archives cannot be disinfected.
/home/myk.robinson/.java/deployment/cache/javapi/v1.0/jar/classload.jar-26b69f0a-12d83dba.zip->InsecureClassLoader.class  is a destructive program
Virus-infected files in archives cannot be disinfected.
/home/myk.robinson/.java/deployment/cache/javapi/v1.0/jar/classload.jar-26b69f0a-12d83dba.zip->Installer.class  is a destructive program
Virus-infected files in archives cannot be disinfected.
/home/myk.robinson/.java/deployment/cache/javapi/v1.0/jar/classload.jar-414e4909-6bf01e33.zip->GetAccess.class  is a destructive program
Virus-infected files in archives cannot be disinfected.
/home/myk.robinson/.java/deployment/cache/javapi/v1.0/jar/classload.jar-414e4909-6bf01e33.zip->InsecureClassLoader.class  is a destructive program
Virus-infected files in archives cannot be disinfected.
/home/myk.robinson/.java/deployment/cache/javapi/v1.0/jar/classload.jar-414e4909-6bf01e33.zip->Installer.class  is a destructive program
Virus-infected files in archives cannot be disinfected.
/home/myk.robinson/.java/deployment/cache/javapi/v1.0/jar/javainstaller.jar-5aa0b436-7a49dac4.zip->javainstaller/InstallerApplet.class  is a destructive program
Virus-infected files in archives cannot be disinfected.
thanks,
-myk
 
Old 10-16-2005, 12:54 PM   #2
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Several users (at my work) complained that Server's antivirus which is f-prot doesn't help them. I had to install Antivir.
No problems as well as no viruses so far have been for any user.
 
  


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