Re: [clamav-users] Question about LLVM...

2018-12-12 Thread J.R.
> So I would like to ask, does bytecode have access to its environment > (like ActiveX unfortunately did) and, how well is bytecode sandboxed? Well, first of all, only bytecode signatures published by Cisco/Talos are considered "trusted" and will run by default. You would have to manually specify

Re: [clamav-users] Question about LLVM...

2018-12-12 Thread Paul Kosinski
I've always been leery of executable code that gets downloaded "behind the scenes" and then executed for whatever purpose. In the "old days", people were warned against downloading random software and then executing it. How that's become at least half of what we do on a daily basis -- in our

Re: [clamav-users] Question about LLVM...

2018-12-11 Thread J.R.
Micah & Scott, Thank you for the replies, you answered exactly what I was thinking too based on posts referring to the built-in improvements and hush on llvm. ___ clamav-users mailing list clamav-users@lists.clamav.net

Re: [clamav-users] Question about LLVM...

2018-12-11 Thread Scott Kitterman
On Tuesday, December 11, 2018 05:59:05 PM Micah Snyder wrote: > Sorry about the broken links on the website and in the clamav-faq manual > pages. Our web dev team is actively working on integrating the newly > remodeled user manual into the website. > > The bytecode interpreter was nonfunctional

Re: [clamav-users] Question about LLVM...

2018-12-11 Thread Micah Snyder (micasnyd)
Sorry about the broken links on the website and in the clamav-faq manual pages. Our web dev team is actively working on integrating the newly remodeled user manual into the website. The bytecode interpreter was nonfunctional for a long time but was fixed a few years ago. This is why LLVM was