Avast detects Trojans on when I visit my own website? 10 replies

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N88TR

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#1 10 years ago

So this is happening to me...

All I can think of doing is removing the offending subdomains and doing a complete re-upload. There shouldn't be anything malicious of any sort on my website, i have 100% control of what is uploaded... I looked at the FTP and there's nothing in there but images, htmls and old .rar and .zips, with my game stuff.

What would you do in my case?




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#2 10 years ago

Start up a new site if you're using a free host.

Or just ditch Avast.




Sgt. D. Pilla

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#3 10 years ago

What is the name of the Virus avast! is giving you? If its something like Win32[trj].gen then don't worry about it, its just avast! has detected something malicious looking in your connection. Whats the website? I'll see if avast! does it for me.

Just update avast! to the latest (4.1) its probably a false positive, avast! is having more and more of them these days :( Also update the definitions




ConstanceJill

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#4 10 years ago

Are you sure there is no XSS problem with your website ? Try visiting it with Firefox and NoScript enabled.




N88TR

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#5 10 years ago

What is XSS? Also, how do I enable NoScript?

It's n88tr.net, and yes I have the latest version of Avast!.

Here is what happens when I visit the site,

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Sgt. D. Pilla

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#6 10 years ago

My god boy, you change your site as much as your avatar. But download that php file, and analyze it. I highly suspect its nothing sus. My avast! didn't react, instead I got blocked by Chrome... *See Attached*

Only upload php scripts that you know are safe.

--EDIT-- Actually, I looked a bit harder, something in your website has been hijacked, That php script is located on rivatos.net/1.php Which Chrome also blocks. Remove any files that you dont know what they do




N88TR

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#7 10 years ago

Will do, thanks.




ConstanceJill

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#8 10 years ago

N88TR;4560562What is XSS? [/quote]There was a link explaining it in my previous post, and actually I believe that's the problem, seeing your screenshot : you're on a website, and there seems to be a script calling stuff from another website ...

[QUOTE=N88TR;4560562]Also, how do I enable NoScript?

Install it like any other firefox extension :]




kow_ciller

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#9 10 years ago

You might really want to check your website.

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#10 10 years ago

Odd though. Why would anyone want to hijack your site? There's nothing of value(No offense!) unless you changed something since last i was there.




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