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  • I have issue with my powerpress podcasting plugin containing nasty malware. don’t know if anyone else has experienced this. the malware was removed by my hosting service then after i upgraded powerpress it returned within a month. the virus, a trojan, was contained in the jsplayer file. i tried to fix it but soon the program did not work like before and i have deleted it and am trying a new one. anyone else have a problem like this?


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  • There is no jsplayer file packaged with PowerPress. There is a file named “player.js”, I just reviewed it as well as scanned it with my virus scanner and it is clean.

    We take allegations like these very seriously. Please email me ( as soon as possible with contact information of your web hosting provider along with any other details such as the name of the virus your web hosting provider discovered so we can work with them to get this problem resolved.

    From our email conversation, it sounds like either your computer has a virus or the server has a virus that is infecting the player.js file when it is uploaded to your server.

    This is a heavy charge to place on any application and I’m glad to work with you to confirm that the PowerPress plugin is not infected with a virus or and does not include malware.

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