Not seeing it here...
Edit: It does show up on my Macbook though.
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I'd try using Adblock Plus or something.
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Ya, I'm getting it too. I got it on Saturnfans once, but never again after that. That was a couple of weeks ago.
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If you have a problem, if no one else can help, and if you can find him, maybe you can hire Uzzy.
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Yes, I can't navigate anywhere on this site without a mal-ware warning popping up.
I AM BEING HAMMERED BY VIRUS WARNINGS!!!!
I use Avast and have never had a problem till today. It says 'blogcasino.org' is the problem. It only happens when I move around the site.
Oddly enough I don't get any warnings on Firefox, with or without AdBlock Plus enabled. Only Google Chrome and Safari pick this up, and they do it every time I visit the site.
I'm on a mac anyways, so I imagine I have little to worry about
http://www.theregister.co.uk/2009/12...hing_campaign/Webmasters targeted in cPanel look-alike phish
Wanted: FTP credentials
By Dan Goodin • Get more from this author
Posted in Malware, 7th December 2009 20:37 GMT
Fraudsters are targeting webmasters in a massive phishing campaign that attempts to trick marks into giving up credentials needed to administer their sites.
The emails are sent to customers of some of the world's most widely used webhosts, including GoDaddy, Hostgator, Yahoo!, and 50Webs. Although the subject lines vary, they all purport to come from the hosting service. In all, admins from at least 90 different webhosts are being targeted.
Due to the system maintenance, we kindly ask you to take a few minutes to confirm your FTP details," the emails state.
Those who take the bait are led to a website formatted to look like a page from cPanel, the widely used website administration program. Once a website's address and FTP credentials are entered, users are directed to their host's login page.
Over the past year, scammers have increasingly targeted administrators of legitimate websites. According to a review in the third quarter of this year by security firm Dasient, 5.8 million pages from 640,000 websites were infected with code designed to launch malware attacks on visitors. ScanSafe, a separate security firm, has been tracking a single infection known as Gumblar that's taken over at least 2,000 websites by stealing their administrator credentials.
The latest phishing campaign was uncovered by Gary Warner, the director of research in computer forensics at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. It's unclear if it has any relation to Gumblar or what exactly happens to a site whose admin has fallen for the scam. His report is here.
btw I had to post this in firefox, as the site is unusable in other browsers due to the warnings.
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Reason #95046 not to use a Mac!
I'll alert our technical people of it, however it probably won't be resolved until Monday
i got two notices of these when i signed on at 8:07 pm:
bloodhound. exploit. 193 (heuristic virus)
trojan. pidief. f (virus)
norton says that they were both high severity and were blocked by norton immediately. thought id share. dont know if oyu need any info, but im on a pc running vista.
Last edited by chakis24; 12-12-2009 at 07:21 PM.
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