El 17/10/16 a las 12:57, Sebastian Nielsen escribió:
Virus on bugs.debian.org:
Anyone should look into that immediately.
What you show in the screenshot linked is a warning from Microsoft
I've reproduced the problem in a Windows machine with Internet Explorer
and Microsoft Edge (if SmartScreen is enabled). I've reviewed the
SmartScreen FAQ  and this is what I've learnt:
 FAQ: https://feedback.smartscreen.microsoft.com/smartscreenfaq.aspx
* SmartScreen can report sites as "unsafe", if they contain links to
malicious software. Maybe somebody reported our BTS as unsafe because
they found spam in a bug report, and Microsoft has tagged the whole BTS
as "potentially unsafe".
* However, I see no such links to malicious sites or spam in the bug
report that you sent to us (#780392), so I assume it's a false positive
I've just reported the site as "safe" to Microsoft. This can be done in
the same screen where the red warning is shown, as explained in the FAQ:
Q: "One of the sites I visit is being flagged by SmartScreen Filter, but
it's not an unsafe website. What can I do?".
* You can also include bugs.debian.org in the list of safe websites for
SmartScreen (more details in the FAQ, Q: "Can I customize a list of
trusted sites for SmartScreen Filter in Internet Explorer?")
* For the Debian side, in each bug report webpage there is a link at the
end to "Send a report that this bug log contains spam". I encourage you
to use that link to report spam if you find it in the BTS, but as I
noted above, this issue looks like a false positive of SmartScreen, not
a problem in the Debian bug tracking system.
Thanks in any case for caring!