[Pkg-cacti-maint] Bug#929482: Info received (Bug#929482: cacti: After apt-get install cacti, the installation stated something old version DB(?) and does not proceed.)

ISHIKAWA,chiaki ishikawa at yk.rim.or.jp
Wed Jun 5 02:59:20 BST 2019

This is not a strictly speaking bug report.

But I noticed that when I try to access the mail archive of 
pkg-cacti-maint via the web interface,
my norton anti-virus's safe browser feature shuts the access off 
initially stating
that the web site is a dangerous site, etc.

What on earth is going on? I checked that Norton anti-virus regard the 
mail archive due to the
following two infected attachments in the archive.
It would be great if someone can remove the said
mails so that Norton no longer regards the archive access dangerous.

        Threat Report

Threats found: *2*
Here is a complete list: (for more information about a specific threat, 
click on the Threat Name below)

Threat Name:

Threat Name:
Direct Link To JS.Nemucod!g1 

Just FYI.

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