They can get hacked again* same as anyone else.
Or Kapersky could have a dodgy definition again.
*it's happened at least once that I recall.
might be a false positive, i've got a string of entries for that exact infection in the eset console aparently originating from my use of the social.technet site looking at server 2003 print management faq!
I'd go with the false positive.....
If there is a problem, ESET is keeping quiet about it.
Avira lets me go there happily and I have the web protection on.
good to go through vipre.
Sophos is cool with it.
One thing to note, when I see that sort of dialoge I usually open the pages source and save the contents to .txt to take a gander at.
Its extremely easy to make the frame appear for 1/50 people for example or just certain google terms/from google search etc so lots not seeing it can make it much harder to diagnose.
This is before we get to the possibility its an ad banner thats doing it.
Well... I'm trying to help.
But, it's loading sooo damn slow.
Also, lol at "object infected: trojan.HTML.Iframe.ft"
Le EDIT: Nothing coming up with Sophos 9.5. But, I doubt that means anything... It's Sophos.
Last edited by X-13; 19th March 2012 at 09:39 AM.
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