I installed for testing, and also to be able to assist here in the Forum, SuiteCRM 7.11.0 on a web hosting server using Linux.
The hosting server prompltly blocked the whole domain because it claims to have detected a file containing the php.exe.globals malware.
The file is;
I opened and examined it to find that it contains a number of curl_exec calls with rm commands, which I assume that this is the cause of the (false) postive.
The hosting company refuses to reactivate the whole domain unless the file is removed.
Can the file be safely removed?
Why is the folder tree structured “vendor/elasticsearch/elasticsearch/tests/Elasticsearch/Tests/”
This seems a little redundant. Why not simplify it to “vendor/elasticsearch/tests/” since above folders are empty?
There seem to be a few other of these “test” scripts which seem to be there because some developer has forgotten to remove them so can they all ve removed? Why not remove them in the next release?