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I get an antivirus hit when I install the ZMQ package. Unsure what it means. It is of no consequence to me as of now.
Hi! Unsure where to post this, but I just wanted to raise this particular issue just in case it is a symptom of something sinister.
It is probably just a false positive, but the after I installed Juno in Atom, I got an antivirus hit (with NOD32) while downloading the packages during the initial startup of julia. I got it on both my desktop and laptop computer. Just to make sure, I tried again today : I uninstalled julia, reinstalled it and tried to add the package that generated the hit (ZMQ) and I still got the error.
Sorry for the french part of these, but I think you’ll all get the gist of it. First, here’s the error in the console :
julia> Pkg.add("ZMQ") Resolving package versions... Installed Artifacts ─── v1.3.0 Installed ZeroMQ_jll ── v4.3.2+5 Installed JLLWrappers ─ v1.1.2 Installed ZMQ ───────── v1.2.1 Downloading artifact: ZeroMQ Exception lors de l'appel de «DownloadFile» avec «2» argument(s): «Une exception s'est produite lors d'une requête WebClient.» Au caractère Ligne:12 : 1 + $webclient.DownloadFile("https://pkg.julialang.org/artifact/a3a4de5d2 ... + ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ + CategoryInfo : NotSpecified: (:) , MethodInvocationException + FullyQualifiedErrorId : WebException Updating `C:\Users\edited\.julia\environments\v1.5\Project.toml` [c2297ded] + ZMQ v1.2.1 Updating `C:\Users\edited\.julia\environments\v1.5\Manifest.toml` [56f22d72] + Artifacts v1.3.0 [692b3bcd] + JLLWrappers v1.1.2 [c2297ded] + ZMQ v1.2.1 [8f1865be] + ZeroMQ_jll v4.3.2+5 julia>
The WebClient error is due to my AV blocking the connexion. Here is the AV message :
I could not find any information regarding the URL/Urlik.G menace, however.
I don’t really need any kind of workaround as I am able to do everything I need for the moment without that package, but I thought it best to at least let people know in case it is more than a false positive.
Have a great day, all!