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Eset Finds Suspicous Code On Its Own Blog Web Site?

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This one I find a bit amusing:

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Time;Component;Event;User
3/5/2020 7:36:28 PM;ESET Kernel;File  'https://www.welivesecurity.com/2019/05/29/turla-powershell-usage' was sent to ESET for analysis.;SYSTEM

Or does Eset think my reading an article about Trula malware suspicious activity? :unsure:

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There's a raw script code which was suspicious enough to be sent to LiveGrid. I assume that no detection was triggered and the file was only submitted in the background.

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9 minutes ago, Marcos said:

There's a raw script code which was suspicious enough to be sent to LiveGrid. I assume that no detection was triggered and the file was only submitted in the background.

OK. I didn't see the top "bar" option on the some of the windowed sample code because it was hidden.

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