sounds very interesting, and with cloud based interactivity.
Good to know you like it, generally
I hadn't seen that article before, so thanks for sharing
Don't pretend to understand the code eval.txt
but i copied/pasted it into notepad and attempted to open it. Avira jumped right in
Obviously it's perfectly safe to do this, as it's just a js test, of which there are many.
Avira isn't the only one to detect it
22.214.171.124 2010.03.17 HTML/Crypted.Gen
6.8.5 2010.03.18 Heuristic.Script.Crypted
As long as people understand that Heuristics is a clever way of recognising potential malware, and realise that sometimes FP will naturally occur. One vendors Heuristics isn't the same as anothers, some will be more keen which can lead to detects that look like malware due to the code. Better safe than sorry though i think.
I've sent the eval.txt
to Avira as a FP with the link, but due to the above scan and Stefan Kurtzhals input in here, they should already be aware of it. Having said that, he didn't seem too concerned when he posted about it