We have encountered a strange infection that is inserting a file into all packages that we create in AEM 5.6. The file is called "test_page29082.html.binary" and is a test file that reads: "This is an AppScan test page." Because this file is getting injected into our packages it is causing an error when we attempt to install or deploy.
We don't know what is causing this. We have thoroughly scanned our Dev server for any sign of infection or any application called "AppScan" with no luck. We have determined our system got infected when we installed a package from another server which was already infected.
Has anybody seen this before or know what are the steps to remove it?
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When you say you create a package, are you talking about creating a package in package manager or are you creating it via maven.
When you unzip your package, what folder path does "test_page29082.html.binary" exist in?
What happens when you search for the text "This is an AppScan test page." in your AEM instance?
I am now seeing the same thing. It happens when you create a package in package manager. When you download the package and unzip it you see this file under /apps even if you don't have /apps included in your filter.