On 04/10/2017 04:24 PM, Cley Faye wrote:
This potential contaminations issues is one reason why I stopped
"officially" making a DVD with LibreOffice [all available platforms] and
2017-04-10 22:15 GMT+02:00 MR ZenWiz <email@example.com>:
If this is normal, why?
If not, can it be fixed?
No, it is not normal. Although contamination of the official builds are
not impossible, it is however less likely to happen than the following:
- Download from a suspicious source. Always grab your download links from
https://www.libreoffice.org/download/download/ . It will redirect you to an
- Corrupted/intercepted download because of an already infected system: you
can check the downloaded file fingerprint to make sure it matches the ones
- False positive. On occasion, some AV software report false positives.
So, first question is: did you download it from the official site, second
is did the download was corrupted?
I believe that there were false positive issues a few years ago. This
is a lesson for always checking your newly downloaded Windows packages
through you security software. I run several to cover "most
posibilities". That is one reason I use Windows 10 as little as
possible and Ubuntu Linux as my default OS.
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