Thanks Jim, I'm glad you got my concern. I believe I have to add more info, to help debug this: 1. As I said on the following post, I am able to open your webpage within my IT policies, and also to download the VIPM. The problem I get is with the update & download process of the libraries: http://forums.jkisoft.com/index.php?showto...entry3054 2. After the VIPM setup, when I try to download the library packages, I always get a clean list, and the message "There was an error checking the network for new packages. Please check your network connection or settings and try again" 3. Though Trend Micro blocked me from getting the libraries, I also tried this from a machine running Symantec instead. Same result (blockage). I have not tried to check if Symantec, connected directly to the web (bypassing our network) identifies the files as viruses, but I believe it will (I'll try this later). 4. I think my company's firewall is most likely identifying these files as viruses... Probably all of the above are being over-protective (I've escalated this issue to our IT headquarters to check this). 5. The locations where these supposed-to-be viruses were located are the following: C:\Documents and Settings\flex.user\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\Content.IE5\6RIUMLJG\2x33.ZIP Trend Micro quarantined (not found now) C:\Documents and Settings\flex.user\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\Content.IE5\ZRKSE9OG\2x33.zip Trend Micro said "Unable to quarantine" C:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers\vdrorjbyu.sys Trend Micro quarantined (not found now) I hope this really helps. Thanks again.
Dear JKI Administrator, For years I have not only used your VIPM, but also recommended throughout my organization. I believe your libraries provide a great support for developers, and that is precisely why Iâ€™d like to express the following concern. As specified in this post, I have tried many things to solve a â€œsecurity issueâ€ that has blocked me (and anyone in my company, for the last few days) to access the jki libraries, and apparently we have found the problem: With the aid of my IT team, we found that either the location or the libraries themselves contain virus; and thatâ€™s why my very strict IT policy is blocking the mirrors and/or library files. We managed to plug one of the computers using the VIPM directly to the web (bypassing my companyâ€™s network), and when the VIPM started downloading the libraries, the antivirus application on that PC detected the incidents depicted in the log file image attached. In fact, these are the malicious executable files the antivirus found: http://threatinfo.trendmicro.com/vinfo/vir...PAK_Generic.001 http://threatinfo.trendmicro.com/vinfo/vir...ORM_SLENFBOT.BR Iâ€™m not an expert, but if these files found on the libraries are not virus, they certainly seem like ones. Is there anything that can be done to solve this? Best regards,