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Possible virus in message sent by user?

Gerardo A. Mirkin
Dear ImageJ list admins

On Feb 9, 2018, 10:41 I received an e-mail from Michael Cammer with subject:
Re: How to crop multiple selections in an image at a time.

The e-mail was filtered by Clamav as having a virus.

I would appreciate you confirm infection or false possitive in other systems
(I'm on GNU/Linux Debian Buster/Sid version).

Thank you in advance. Regards,

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Dr. Gerardo A. Mirkin
Profesor Adjunto Regular
Departamento de Microbiología,
Parasitología e Inmunología
Facultad de Medicina
Universidad de Buenos Aires
Paraguay 2155, piso 13 sector M1
(1121) Buenos Aires, Argentina

Tel (5411) 5950-9500, ext. 2190
Fax (5411) 5950-9577

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Re: Possible virus in message sent by user?

Krieger, Donald N.
Dear Gerardo,

I recently got a similar message.
It turned out that it was the anti-virus software for our hospital email system which was flagging the message rather than the ImageJ system.

https://list.nih.gov/cgi-bin/wa.exe?A2=ind1802&L=IMAGEJ&F=&S=&P=53369

Here I think is a link to the message from Michael Crammer on the ImageJ archive. It doesn't show any virus alert which suggest that you may be experiencing the same thing that I did.

I hope this is helpful.

Best - Don

-----Original Message-----
From: ImageJ Interest Group [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Gerardo A. Mirkin
Sent: Friday, February 9, 2018 9:17 AM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: Possible virus in message sent by user?

Dear ImageJ list admins

On Feb 9, 2018, 10:41 I received an e-mail from Michael Cammer with subject:
Re: How to crop multiple selections in an image at a time.

The e-mail was filtered by Clamav as having a virus.

I would appreciate you confirm infection or false possitive in other systems (I'm on GNU/Linux Debian Buster/Sid version).

Thank you in advance. Regards,

--
Dr. Gerardo A. Mirkin
Profesor Adjunto Regular
Departamento de Microbiología,
Parasitología e Inmunología
Facultad de Medicina
Universidad de Buenos Aires
Paraguay 2155, piso 13 sector M1
(1121) Buenos Aires, Argentina

Tel (5411) 5950-9500, ext. 2190
Fax (5411) 5950-9577

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