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  1. Member wulf109's Avatar
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    My AVG antivirus program is now warning of active threats on videohelp.com
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    strange....because another member said he's getting scripts....my avast isn't alerting me at all...
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    Yeah, there's some shit file that it wanted me to download 30 minutes ago -- some sort of ASX crap. I use Firefox, so it doesn't autorun like IE would have probably done.

    I know that's a MS stream, but I think it can come with malware payloads. (Not 100% on that, so don't quote me.)
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    I'm using Firefox

    file name it's warning of :
    URL: php.opensourcecms.com/include/e.php
    Name: Microsoft Help & Support (type 1302)
    [IMG]chrome://searchshield/content/box_bottom_red.gif[/IMG]
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    ASF/WMA/WMV videos can force a call to a webpage link, I believe. It wouldn't surprise me if someone was using that for an exploit.
    If cameras add ten pounds, why would people want to eat them?
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    I am glad i use Firefox 3.6.4 with ad block plus then when i download from here with JavaScript turned off.
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    I'm using 3.6.3 and Firefox says no updates available? Turning off Java script solved the problem.
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    Something called opensourcecms.com is bugging NoScript....never noticed it before.
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    Originally Posted by davidsama View Post
    I am glad i use Firefox 3.6.4 with ad block plus then when i download from here with JavaScript turned off.
    I use the same firefox version as you along with ad block plus. Odd that I still haven't had any virus/spyware/malware warnings...well not yet anyway. But I don't run AVG on any of my pc's, just use AVAST.
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  10. I got this popup: Your input can't be opened: VLC is unable to open the MRL 'http://lock.cmpxchg8b.com/b10a58b75029f79b5f93f4add3ddf992/bug-vs-feature.jpg'. Check the log for details. It also caused the right-click function to shut down. I could not even log in here without shutting javascript off in Firefox 3.6.3 Further attempts to connect caused Windows Media Player to attempt to open something.
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    Can you post with scripting off? Hell, I would've turned scripting off a long time ago if I would've known that. I only use scripting on sites I can trust like my bank. Looks like I can't trust videohelp anymore.Hey the webpage finally fills the screen with scripting turned off
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    Where? On all pages? I have not added anything. I just use google adsense banners as external source.
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    It's just vbulletin that has been hacked....I thought vbulletin was safe...
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    It was the homepage for me.
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    Yep. Looks like a php or apache exploit or something on my servers.
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    I found it. It's the banner rotation system(OPenx) that has a bug/exploit.


    Upgrading it to latest version and it should hopefully be fixed.
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    I'm still getting a virus warning from AVG unless I turn off Java.
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    It will take some hours to clean up and update.
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    test
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    I surf through here a quite few times a day & i have not had anything weird happen or a warning pop up.
    I am using firefox 3.6.3 with java script on & the latest avast internet security.

    Never even knew there was a problem until i just saw this and another thread.
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  21. Did not get any warning yesterday or last night but just got it twice.
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  22. warning message pops up with every screen change
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    Updating openx didn't help. Crapware.
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    I'm running Avast and Firefox with NoScript...no more problems and never had a virus warning of any kind...just that
    new NoScript warning about opensourcecms.
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    I still have not got anything ?
    And i have been surfing and reloading the main page, ect.
    Huh...

    I wonder why some people are getting it and others are not.
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    I got the warning 15 minutes ago but not now ..........
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    It's a bug/exploit in openx so anyone can add html code to the banners that are stored in the database. Newest version doesn't seem fixed so I'm trying another solution now.
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    make sure this malware plugin wasn't installed - "mergedDeliveryFunctions.php.”
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    http://openx.jp/modules/openads/index.php?page=clipping&clipping_id=11300

    looks like i'm not alone with similar sql injections.
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