I’ve recently downloaded the Hugo v0.21 binary for Windows-32bit. When I run the hugo server my AVG (v16) virus scanner detects it, and places it in the quarantine. I will white-list it for now, but I just wanted to give a heads up that this release has this issue, while previous releases didn’t.
I don’t know what to blame, the Hugo binary or AVG.
AVG is known to give false positives all the time. When I was on Windows I switched to Avast because I got tired of this.
Could you please do a checksum on the hugo_0.21_Windows-32bit.zip file that you downloaded?
- MD5: 716c3a74beabfd47a391cab59884aa08
- SHA1: 1f5e116da4fdf56f4d53942c127de63b82a6a558
- SHA256: 014b3030de2102bd4cbbfd37e6a9a342fe2c0aeba79f8f627ff1f7337d9d5916
As for the hugo.exe binary itself (0.21 for 32-bit Windows):
- MD5: 5ad5e0d584440252f6eed5112c0f5056
- SHA1: 6067f5a83ca2813678f2e5d1d942f2a7f1d2129c
- SHA256: 2a3c4a6a795980a249a92caf7b330957fdfb5fbd99c8d3764c443fe4e353f5ad
Meanwhile, I have submited hugo_0.21_Windows-32bit.zip to AVG through their https://secure.avg.com/submit-sample page with a link to this post so they can analyse it further.
Sure, I just performed a checksum.
All looks good to me.
The Kasperky online scanner says it is OK.