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    Virus infection?!

    Kurt,

    I'm getting a virus infection notice from AVG when I try to log onto the Motorrad forum.

    edit - it's more than just the Motorrad forum.

    Threat name
    : HTML/Framer See> http://www.avgthreatlabs.com/webthre...o/html-framer/

    Anyone else???

    Friday, 11/23/2012
    09:25 PST

    Sorry to post it here, didn't know where else to submit this.
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    For me, no virus warning but somewhere between 2 am and 7 am this site picked up the problem of when you go into a thread and then hit the back arrow to go back to the main forum page, it doesnt do anything. If one goes up and clicks on "Forum" then it will go to that.....Strange........God bless......Dennis

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    System Restore

    Go to System Restore and set to a date when computer was running fine. No expert but this has worked for me in the past. Virus is still on computer but parked were it may not bother you.
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    I'm traveling now w/ no computer access, just the phone. I've not seen any problems the last few days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lmo1131 View Post
    Kurt,

    I'm getting a virus infection notice from AVG when I try to log onto the Motorrad forum.

    edit - it's more than just the Motorrad forum.

    Threat name
    : HTML/Framer See> http://www.avgthreatlabs.com/webthre...o/html-framer/

    Anyone else???

    Friday, 11/23/2012
    09:25 PST

    Sorry to post it here, didn't know where else to submit this.
    I just did a complete system scan (mine) and as far as I can tell-we are clean.
    Were you OK yesterday Lew?
    I will move this to Online Central- where most of the posts have been on the virus issue. I anybody else sees anything they can report it in this thread.
    Thanks Lew, we will keep an eye out for more trouble. Gary
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    virus

    I also use AVG and have had no virus warnings on the MOA site.

    Bob Schrader

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    Quote Originally Posted by squeaky View Post
    I also use AVG and have had no virus warnings on the MOA site.

    Bob Schrader
    Thanks Bob, it's good to have a few different inputs to see if it's a "new" threat of perhaps a residual left by that last problem. Gary
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    I have Avast! and also got a virus warning this morning when I came onto the site. I also received several warnings a couple weeks ago when you had the problems.

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    It would be good if those who are experiencing the warnings could run a security scan on manual to see what turns up.
    If something specific shows up- in your security log- and you can send what it is (in a spaced out form or with groups of three X's (XXX) to render it harmless, to me in a pm and I will take a peek/pass it on as needed. Thanks and be careful! Gary
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    Today, when I logged onto the site, it asked me to run an Oracle plug-in... I did not. Very odd though.
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    Blacole.jw exploit warning

    Accessing this site (ony), starting this AM, produces a blacole.jw exploit warning from every page. This is definitely happening only on the path to the MOA server.
    Source needs to be found and dispatched.

    This is apparently a newer version- MSE ID's it as originally identified on 10/22. Someone is apparently not running current AV protection..

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