[TYPO3-templavoila] Virus Warning in Mapping Module

Achim Eichhorn achim at die3.net
Sun Oct 17 12:19:24 CEST 2010

Hello Tolleiv,

I think you are right.
As far, as I could test, those faulty virus messages
are really caused by the validator feature.
I tried it "the hard way" and cut out all valiator
codes in cm1/index.php. From this moment, avira was silent.
Restoring the original file, avira started to produce virus messages 
again ...

Maybe Sebastian could repeat this test, too!?

I worked in cm1/index.php on the lines:

If there would a switch in the extension-manager
to enable/disable this validator feature,
this would be really a great thing for
avira aggrieved developers.

A developer friend of mine gave me really enthusiastic descriptions of 
the "new" templavoila - and I think, when my avira finally "shuts up",
I will be enthusiastic, too!
Thanx a lot, for this cool extension and the time and effort, you
and your team spend in this!


Am 17.10.2010 11:02, schrieb Tolleiv.Nietsch:
> Well, I can't reproduce the issue with FreeAV and I'm not going to buy
> Avira Premium just to solve the issue.
> It's not a virus its just a (stupid) heuristic which doesn't like long
> Charcodes. I'm just going to disable the HTML validator feature and
> anyone who'd like to use it can enable it.
> Cheers,
> Tolleiv

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