False Positive: Exploit:JS/HuanJuanEK.A

By   ISBuzz Team
Writer , Information Security Buzz | Jan 04, 2015 05:03 pm PST

We’ve just fixed a false positive that detected content from many clean websites as Exploit:JS/HuanJuanEK.A.

The database that contained the false positive prone detection was F-Secure Hydra 2014-12-31_02. A fix is included in F-Secure Hydra 2015-01-01_01, which is already published. This false positive only affected our Web Traffic Scanning feature which scans content downloaded from websites. If you are still seeing the detection, you can check if you’ve received the latest update:

hydra update

Our apologies for any trouble. And, despite of this, Happy New Year to everyone!

You can read the original article on F-Secure Labs’ blog here.

By Antti Tikkanen, Director of Security Response, F-Secure Labs | @anttitikkanen

antti tikkanenAntti Tikkanen is the Director of Response at F-Secure Corporation. His team is responsible for understanding the threat landscape, analyzing threats on both desktop and mobile platforms and protecting F-Secure customers by producing security services like antivirus signature updates, cloud-based protection and web site categorization.

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