It seems like a false-positive; from marc.info clamav:
Our system updated today:
May 25 09:24:20 daily.cld updated (version: 25460, sigs: 1581004, f-level:
63, builder: raynman)
(Time is BST - i.e. UTC+1)
After that we saw a large number of viruses found - all detected as
This seems to be including ...
As you ask in Steffen's answer about is it safe to use email while using VPN, if you don't trust on this VPN, you can set Google's DNS directly on your MAC and stop using this VPN. To do this, go to System Preferences and then Network Preferences. Go to DNS tab and put 126.96.36.199 on DNS #1 and 188.8.131.52 on DNS #2.
Actually, your problem can be restrict to your ...
This looks like a man in the middle attack but not on your computer but instead on your network - otherwise the problem would likely not vanish if you use Tor or VPN.
This might be because you are using an insecure network (like an open WiFi hotspot) where somebody is doing an attack or because your private network is compromised. The latter could be for ...
McAfee's Rule Identifier 131328 is described in KB82925 on How to identify what rule corresponds to an Adaptive Threat Protection and Threat Intelligence Exchange event:
Detect use of long -encodedcommand powershell
Alerts on variations of the encodedcommand [base64] powershell usage
WMI provides a way of executing code or moving laterally in an