ESET brings update for false positive alerts




The antivirus ESET gave Monday at many websites a false positive. Certain commonly used java scripts were wrongly classified as a trojan. ESET has released new definitions that fix the problem.

During Monday morning, there were many messages within about ad networks that would serve a trojan. Numerous large websites would be affected. It turns out to be a false positive ESET, reports the maker of antivirus software for yourself.

The error was in database version 13 102 and now has released an update of virus definitions, where the issue is resolved. Users who have updated might not see get the false report to the latest version 13103.


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