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Wanna share a file, Virus Total says "There was an error attempting to upload the file."

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by moeatwa, Aug 8, 2012.

  1. moeatwa

    moeatwa Regular Member

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    What's up with that? Did a speed test, everything checks out. Uploading the file to mediafire works too. So what's the problem? :(

    Can I up the file and have some brave soul scan it for me? ;)
     
  2. WizGizmo

    WizGizmo Super Moderator Staff Member Premium Member

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    Sometimes Virustotal is down. In cases such as this, you can use Jotti.

    Please make sure that you include the URL to the scan results page after it has finished though.

    Thank You - "Wiz"
     
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    WizGizmo Super Moderator Staff Member Premium Member

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    Thread moved to the Black Hat Lounge.

    "Wiz"

    PS: How large is the file anyway? VirusTotal only allows up to 32MB.

    If it is bigger than that, then go ahead and post it and tell the members
    to use their own Virus scanning/Antimalware apps.
     
  4. moeatwa

    moeatwa Regular Member

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    File's only 13 Mbs Wiz. I'm out right now, will post when I get back. (Y) Thanks for the Jotti tip, I'd never heard of them before.
     
  5. derekab

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    Hi Moe. Have you tried Metascan-online? It scans with something like 30 different AVs and takes files up to 40mb, and I think it does it a lot quicker than Virustotal.