What kind of suggestion are you looking for? They appear to be three different iPhone/iPad/iPod applications.
The signatures were added to the ClamAV database on 1 Nov 2018. I would have to guess it has something to do with this Talos article: <https://blog.talosintelligence.com/2018/11/persian-stalker.html?utm_source=mosaicsecurity <https://blog.talosintelligence.com/2018/11/persian-stalker.html?utm_source=mosaicsecurity>> -Al- ClamXAV User On Thu, Dec 06, 2018 at 11:08 AM, David Laxer wrote: > Hi, > > I am running clamav-0.100.beta on OS X 10.11.6 and got the following messages > Ios.Trojan.FakeTelegram-6736161-0 FOUND > > Here’s my clamscan invocation: > > $ clamscan/clamscan -i -r --exclude-dir=/Volumes --exclude-dir=/dev > --exclude-dir=/Users/davidlaxer/clamav-0.100.0-beta/test --max-filesize=100M / > > I received the following three alerts: > > /Users/davidlaxer/iTunes Media/Mobile Applications/7notesHD Prem 3.2.2.ipa: > Ios.Trojan.FakeTelegram-6736161-0 FOUND > /Users/davidlaxer/iTunes Media/Mobile Applications/JapanGoggles 2.6.ipa: > Ios.Trojan.FakeTelegram-6736161-0 FOUND > /Users/davidlaxer/iTunes Media/Mobile Applications/Memo 3.0.0.ipa: > Ios.Trojan.FakeTelegram-6736161-0 FOUND > > Any suggestions? > > Thanks in advance! > > Best, > -Dave
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