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Daniel ShaheenDaniel Shaheen 

Salesforce can not find /17181/logo180.png

Salesforce trace is showing error that can not find /17181/logo180.png
Can this be fixed Salesforce? 
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Daniel ShaheenDaniel Shaheen
According to Salesforce this is working by design and it's part of their malware indicator.
If users have malware they will get 404 error and their accounts will be freezed.
So in this case missing 17181/logo180.png  is a good thing :)
 

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Deepak AnandDeepak Anand
Your best bet would be to log an issue on this link :

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Daniel ShaheenDaniel Shaheen
Ok I reported a case and ask support to log a known issue.
Once I have the link will post it here.
Daniel ShaheenDaniel Shaheen
According to Salesforce this is working by design and it's part of their malware indicator.
If users have malware they will get 404 error and their accounts will be freezed.
So in this case missing 17181/logo180.png  is a good thing :)
 
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James GordonJames Gordon
That is such a weird design.  Every browser must have a console error, unless they have malware?  This makes custom html5-type development a bit annoying, since rich UI guys are going to be looking at the browser console very frequently.  :(
Deepak AnandDeepak Anand
I am with you James! I use JavaScript really heavy with lot of Client Side Frameworks and this one there really looks a little awkward when you open the Developer Console seeing a Red Cross stating it has encountered an unhandled exception.
Andrew Davis (Old Account)Andrew Davis (Old Account)
You can filter the logo180.png errors out of the Console in newer version of Chrome (v. 47+, currently in Canary). Instructions here: http://salesforce.stackexchange.com/a/85742/8748 
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Vaclav LukasekVaclav Lukasek
Also validtors will fail on this 404
btw related js code in page footer:
var SFDCMktUrl='https://login.salesforce.com/17181/logo180.png';
Steve WilliamsSteve Williams
Hi All, we are having a discussion over in the success community around using one/one.app for testing Salesforce1 in the browser and this error message has come up. Unsure if it is related to the move to lightning but was hoping someone on this thread might be able to assist.

https://success.salesforce.com/0D530000029KPfL 

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Gary SpencerGary Spencer
I am definitely not satisfied with any of these postulations.  Is there any technical documentation, as opposed to hand waving, explaining this malware indication feature?  Explain to a technical person how NOT recieving a 404 is somehow an accurate metric to measure that malware has infected the system running that browser?  What?  Let's be honest guys...
Craig PembertonCraig Pemberton

I am also dubious about the malware story. 

> If users have malware they will get 404 error and their accounts will be freezed.

The issue is that everyone is getting 404s, so this couldn't possibly be right.

Matt StylesMatt Styles
Yep, not buying this at all.
Chris FaheyChris Fahey
Has anyone (Salesforce?) come up with a solution or work around beside filtering the error from the console? There shouldn't be 404's on every page load.

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Chris FaheyChris Fahey
The workaround I am using involves using Chrome extension Resource Override so at least the error doesn't show up locally. Thus, whenever a request is made to https://login.salesforce.com/17181/logo180.png, the request is intercepted and the image from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chuck_Norris#/media/File:Chuck_Norris_May_2015.jpg is used instead... not resulting in a 404.

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