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#1 Vince

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Posted 23 July 2012 - 09:32 PM

Everytime I do a Google search today I get a message from Avast that says Malicious URL Detected, any ideas why?

I did a print screen so you can see what happens.

#2 f7ben

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Posted 23 July 2012 - 09:39 PM

Everytime I do a Google search today I get a message from Avast that says Malicious URL Detected, any ideas why?

I did a print screen so you can see what happens.

I get the same shit on several forums

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Posted 23 July 2012 - 09:40 PM

Everytime I do a Google search today I get a message from Avast that says Malicious URL Detected, any ideas why?

I did a print screen so you can see what happens.

It detected that you are a leftist fuck :flipa:

#4 MTM

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Posted 23 July 2012 - 09:40 PM

avast is infamous for false alarms

#5 shortstop20

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Posted 23 July 2012 - 09:49 PM

Browser might be hijacked.

Do a scan.

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Posted 23 July 2012 - 09:55 PM

Browser might be hijacked.

Do a scan.

X2, and make sure Avast is up to date with today's latest version.
(Do you use the free version or did you purchase the total pkg?)

Also would hurt to do a scan with Spybot.

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Posted 23 July 2012 - 10:04 PM

Browser might be hijacked.

Do a scan.

OK

X2, and make sure Avast is up to date with today's latest version.
(Do you use the free version or did you purchase the total pkg?)

Also would hurt to do a scan with Spybot.

Free version, and I will up date now and scan.

Spybot?

#8 Vince

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Posted 23 July 2012 - 10:06 PM

Is it OK to scan and stay online?

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Posted 23 July 2012 - 10:07 PM

Is it OK to scan and stay online?


With a browser hijack you'd be better of scanning while not using the computer, with all other programs closed.

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Posted 23 July 2012 - 10:33 PM

With a browser hijack you'd be better of scanning while not using the computer, with all other programs closed.

Thanks, on another pc now.

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Posted 23 July 2012 - 10:38 PM

Thanks, on another pc now.


:celebrate:

#12 FrankieJames7

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Posted 24 July 2012 - 03:47 AM

Everytime I do a Google search today I get a message from Avast that says Malicious URL Detected, any ideas why?

I did a print screen so you can see what happens.


it has detected momo

#13 Irv

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Posted 24 July 2012 - 07:35 AM

OK


Free version, and I will up date now and scan.

Spybot?



Spybot Search and Destroy, I got the info off of Zlzebub through a thread he posted some time ago.

I downloaded it plus a few others, ran them as suggested and cleaned everything up.
Computer has ran way better since, but I still have the odd issue from time to time.

I also decided to purchase the Avast security after having ran it for about a year.
The purchasd version is fairly cheap imo but it does have some great features that the free version doesn't, like checking your entire system out during a reboot when it is not possible for hackers etc to be in your system.

Good luck :bc:

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Posted 24 July 2012 - 09:32 AM

Everytime I do a Google search today I get a message from Avast that says Malicious URL Detected, any ideas why?

I did a print screen so you can see what happens.



VINCE this same thing was showing up on SLEDNUTZ site as well weeks ago.....it turns out that INVISION or who ever they are using has not updated...guess what....not update JAVA


maybe this site has not gotten the updated INVISION with new JAVA...also.when that happens and its just a search on google or something it also means that YOUR MACHINE DOES NOT HAVE THE UPDATED JAVA....and google and all search engines use FLASHPLAYER and SHOCKWAVE....all these have been hacked...you did update your computer right when i said too last time? if not update IMMEDIATELY


JAVA
ADOBE READER
AIR
FLASHPLAYER
SHOCKWAVE MANUAL WINDOWS UPDATE....check it yourself....look at OPTIONAL UPDATES FOR YOUR PARTICULAR PUTER....its in anothe sestion on windows updates...see em....ist there any for your puter...ask me which ones you might need if you want...sonme are needed and some are not

PS....the bottom line is when AVAST tells you this upon a search....ITS ALMOST 99.99% the web sites fault and it is infected because they dont update shit on time

PS....that one you showed us says that the feed from google has a malicious virus included in the URL....they been hacked again...good news is...... YA AVAST AGAIN

Edited by ZLZEBUB, 24 July 2012 - 09:34 AM.


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Posted 24 July 2012 - 09:41 AM

hey VINCE... make sure you run CCLEANER and fix the REGISTRY as this is important to shut down any system 32 run.dll virus....scan with MALWAREBYTES and SPYBOT for sure....ods are that AVAST stopped it and its the web site....but scan to be sure as a 32RUN.DLL is real real bad....call if ya need

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Posted 24 July 2012 - 09:47 AM

it appears GOOGLE was hacked again at 9am yesterday like before....no JAVA i am afraid...idiots

http://jessenewhart....ch-been-hacked/

http://www.google.co...iw=1069&bih=505

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Posted 24 July 2012 - 10:20 AM

Spybot Search and Destroy, I got the info off of Zlzebub through a thread he posted some time ago.

I downloaded it plus a few others, ran them as suggested and cleaned everything up.
Computer has ran way better since, but I still have the odd issue from time to time.

I also decided to purchase the Avast security after having ran it for about a year.
The purchasd version is fairly cheap imo but it does have some great features that the free version doesn't, like checking your entire system out during a reboot when it is not possible for hackers etc to be in your system.

Good luck :bc:


If you have avast I would do a boot scan if you have not already done so.

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Posted 24 July 2012 - 10:22 AM

heres the full AVAST list and what the options should do....see if some are turned off....this list is someone elses so when i get home i will check and see which you need

Quote:
  • File System Shield — Real-time protection against viruses and other malware threats. Scans files as they run on your computer to keep viruses from being able to execute.
  • Mail Shield — Scans messages and attachments in E-mail/Microsoft Outlook/Exchange for viruses.
  • Web Shield — HTTP protection (local transparent proxy). Version 4.8 also allows the blocking of URLs. Scans URLs and incoming data for viruses, and aborts connections to the site if one is found.
  • P2P Shield — Scans P2Pfiles from file share programs.
  • IM Shield — Instant Messaging protection. (Scanning of files transferred through instant messaging applications)
  • Script Shield — Scans webpages for malicious scripts, and disables them from infecting your computer, though they can still be used. (for example, a clickable button)
  • Network Shield — Basic protection against well-known network worms. Acts as an Intrusion Detection System.
  • Behavior Shield — Reports suspicious behavior by analyzing the behavior of programs.
this is the minimum VVVVVVVVVV but i wouldnt run that myself....this is a quote from them

If you want minimal shields running, I would recommend:

Network + File + Web + Behavious

Though if your system can handle the AV software as a whole, there's really no point in unchecking any of them. There's never such thing as too much protection so for the most efficient results in virus detection, let avast! do its job fully. You can always change the settings later if it lags up your computer.

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#19 KIVALO

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Posted 24 July 2012 - 10:22 AM

Per ZLZEBub I use...

AVAST
CCleaner
Spybot S&D

I'm running spybot right now.

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Posted 24 July 2012 - 10:25 AM

VINNY....the virus is in the URL that says.....feed2.google.com blah blah blah....its in the google URL and not FREEDOMSLEDDER...otherwise AVAST would of flagged freedoms URL




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