As far as I know, the chances are rather slim, because the MediaWiki
software has a malware checker (I think).
Perhaps we shall see what outputs from the ClamAV checking, before we can
know what is happening.
On Mon, Jul 2, 2012 at 10:13 AM, Kevin Day <kevin(a)your.org> wrote:
We got an automated notice from one of the big search engines that both
hosting some unspecified malware. I've verified nothing on the mirror box
itself is compromised from the best I can tell, which leaves them being
unhappy with something that we're mirroring.
I've started ClamAV scanning the whole public volume, but that's going to
take quite a while (+20 million files, 80TB of data). The only thing it's
complained about so far is:
which was making the scanner crash. I don't see anything wrong with the
file itself though.
Is it possible someone could have uploaded something at one point that was
malicious and it's still floating around in the archives that got pushed to
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