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Re: Some problem
Re: Some problem
Fri, 17 Jun 2016 11:41:05 -0500
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Off list you said that you downloaded it from sourceforge
(https://sourceforge.net/projects/pspp4windows/files/), which looks
correct to me. So that increases my feeling that it's a false alarm,
but I certainly don't know that.
I sent you the 23MB file (32MB uuencoded) that I downloaded on 5/27/16
and which I am using. I don't know if it will go through.
Alternatively you could download the 32-bit version and see if if also
triggers an alert (because a 64-bit computer will run both 32- and
64-bit binaries). I'm sure there are strings in common between the two
versions, but I assume the executable code is fairly different? If so,
then if the 32-bit version also triggers a virus alarm then I'd be more
concerned. If the 32-bit version does not, I would assume that it is
safe and that the alarm was likely a false alarm.
On 6/17/2016 2:19 AM, wenft wrote:
> I just downloan the pspp software.
> My computer tell me this file pspp-0101+20160401-snapshot-64bits-setup.exe
> had virus 'Win32.Troj.Undef.(kcloud).'
> How do I do next?
> Pspp-users mailing list
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