Tonight we've been made aware of a decompiler vulnerability that allows people to effectively hide sections of code. This has been reported to both Procyon and Luyten. This may also affect other decompilers. Unfortunately due to this we will be not be processing new files until a fixed or replacement decompiler can be found. As of right now there is no known malicious code on DBO. However, due to the nature of this decompiler shortcoming we are unable to know conclusively. A big thanks to korikisulda for bringing this to our attention. Edit by Zeldo: Korikisulda has posted a much more detailed post about how this works for those that are wondering. You can find it here: https://www.reddit.com/r/admincraft/comments/2kg8jb/goto_w_and_you_why_bukkitdev_has_halted_approvals/ Update 10/29/14: With Kori's help we're able to start processing files again. We will be working to catch the queue back up, however it may take a few days to get back at 100%. We're currently running a large scale scan for this exploit over the last several months of files. It is very time consuming and so far none have been found. If any are discovered we will post an update. Thanks to everyone for your patience as we worked through. Update 10/30/14 (Zeldo): The queue has been caught up thanks to the very hard work by eyamaz The file scan was successful at scanning the previous 5000 files for this exploit. With over 500000 classes scanned in total and about 1GB of data. There were 0 instances of this exploit present in these files. A big thanks again to korikisulda for providing us with a tool to detect this. With her idea I was able to develop a tool that automatically scans all files for this exploit and will alert us if any become present on the site, hopefully the decompilers can be updated to not be susceptible to this bug and the tool can come down. However until this happens rest assured that it will be detected in the mean time.