While we do not have any official documentation or article that addresses this concern of file security, we have the Security of Hipchat documentation to explain the implementation of 256-bit SSL encryption to secure file and data transmission across HipChat. Antivirus in general is known to cause performance issues for applications in general, so that could possibly be one of the reason why it was not considered initially.
While I understand your concern on this matter, may I know if you would like to have this addressed to the development team through jira.atlassian.com?
Yes, please forward this to the development team.
Some background: in a proof of concept our security officers were able to transport a virus into our internal network by using the onprem hipchat. Other services are fully protected and this will most likely end with us having to shut down Hipchat completely.
I went ahead and created the Suggestion based on the explanation provided from your end.
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