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Thx. I guess it seems to look like a abuse/attack or so. Did he reply ?

Not yet.

JSunpack crashed with Python errors for me this morning.

BTW:  The last communique I had with Blake, I had him allow a user entered field so we can use our own referral address and override the default address.
This should be helpful for Backhole Exploits.


--- Quote from: SysAdMini on March 31, 2012, 03:06:36 pm ---I sent Blake a message.

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Thank you.

If, or when, he replies, could you also let him know his SVN download is broken for some reason, so it's not possible to retrieve the source of jsunpack-n at the moment.

EDIT: svn/  trunk/ depends/ js-1.8.0-rc1-src.tar.gz is corrupted or has been deleted from the repository, as well. It shows as 0 bytes.



--- Quote from: GaryDee on March 31, 2012, 02:46:09 pm ---
--- Quote from: SysAdMini on March 31, 2012, 01:02:36 pm ---I don't see a problem. What's wrong ?

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Take a look at the screenshots i made just a few minutes ago. On the right List Recent Malicious URLs and uploads it looks like that since yesterday evening, although i already uploaded some suspicious scripts, but it does not show them as suspicious. Also whatever Page i open there is no suspicous upload (or URL) anymore shown.

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Blake replied that he was altering some of the suspicious detections a few days ago.
So it's not a bug.


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