How does one interpret the following entry from the log file:
222 V Build: [Engines: 126.96.36.1992, Stamp: 3], Multi: [Enabled, t: (0.000006,0.085792)], BW: [Enabled, t: (0.000014)], RTDA: [Enabled, t: (0.756102), Hit: Yes, Details: v2.53.0; Id: 16.kr7wz.1h2r2bmpt.1i6; mclb; categories: malware(bin); fipr(105m25405db08e9b7d9d07d789319623b63b:849); fz(10203a99a181a9e109e83f1c9b863bfd0a39:849); bin(819a795d3c2a5c156b9f9609fa15e228:899)], total: 899(775)
This is from an email sent internally that contains attachments.
I have narrowed it down to the Anti-Spam acting up by running “SCANFILE 31” which returns 227. All of the attachments have scanned clean via VirusTotal. So just what is BitDefender complaining about???