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Comment on Web Server Software Breakdown: Malware Distribution by Vicky

Sun, 16 Nov 2014 04:09:31 +0000

Today I spent most of the day cleaning up celmpotely innocent sites that I manage. The chain of problems worked thus:100% innocent site(s) has thumbnail (load counter) served from second "uninfected" site that lists (has links to) third party malware sites. The second site allows sites to list themselves on a "Top Sites" list and Malware sites had signed up. The automatic inclusion is an error on the part of the second site's operators. . . But that is a different issue.SO, the 100% innocent site gets a full red flag warning page stating "Visiting this site may harm your computer". And then in much smaller text the URL of the second site (which is NOT a malware site or compromised).Nothing on that first site will harm anyone's computer. Clicking the link to the SECOND party site shows the same message. Now, clicking a specific link on that second site COULD cause a problem but NOT the site itself. I assume the actual malware sites would also launch the same flag.Now, this is like the boy that cried "Wolf" when there was not one. Innocent sites are having warnings displayed because they link to a site that links to a malware site. . . Here celmpotely innocent sites isolated by two further layers of warnings are defamed. The first site in question is that of a business client's on-line store so the red flag warning probably had a significant financial cost even if that warning was only up for a few hours AND may have a continuing cost due to defaming their reputation. This is like someone saying YOU are a criminal because your cousin committed a crime. HOW FAR is Google going to go? Other sites (such as mine) link to that 100% innocent site separated by two levels of warnings from the actual malware flagged sites. Three levels? Four levels? Any link path at all. . . AND Warning the site owner or webmaster is fine and dandy IF they are registered with google. But what about the millions (billions?) that are not. . I have a google webmaster account for my own personal sites but I had not signed up my client's sites. WE had to hear about the problem from a visitor with the latest Chrome browser with high level security settings. Firefox with the default settings did not display the warning.Good intentions, bad execution, bad results.



Comment on Teacher Porn Case and Computer Forensics by Ruben

Sat, 15 Nov 2014 02:46:52 +0000

I could be wrong, but I don't think the article used the word higghihlted in the technical sense. It sounds to me like they showed a slide that someone had used (for example) a highlighting marker on.If I'm interpreting the article right, the prosecution was saying the spyware won't activate unless you click these links; therefore, she must have clicked these links. But again, I could be wrong. The article's phrasing is ambiguous; hard to tell exactly what they meant.



Comment on Tips For Troubleshooting Missing Driver Errors On Your PC by Pamella

Fri, 14 Nov 2014 19:45:29 +0000

???, managed to reach the site .I had been tynirg to used sfc /scannow before coming here but it fails to work, as the initial setup was with my xp sp2 disc the system has been uodated to sp3 with ms updates so cant's use it.Question Is there any way to remove the sp3 package so that I can get into scannow with my sp2 cd?Thanks..so frustrated by this.. not this machine but my second one which has lost or corrupt files no control panel in start menu, as well as a number of other inaccessible items.



Comment on Finding WordPress Blog Passwords with Google Code by packers & movers

Thu, 12 Jun 2014 16:45:01 +0000

great put up, very informative. I'm wondering why the opposite specialists of this sector don't realize this. You should continue your writing. I'm sure, you have a great readers' base already!



Comment on Keep IE7 From Loading Until You Are Ready by Eldora

Mon, 09 May 2011 22:08:07 +0000

Thanks for shrnaig. Always good to find a real expert.



Comment on Cisco CallManager VOIP Tips by issam

Tue, 05 Apr 2011 15:11:49 +0000

bonjour merci pour cette explication mais j'ai un problème de synchronisé entre ip phone et callmanager 4.1 (3) c-a-d heur qui afficher sur ip phone toujours +1 heur de tell callmanager note les trois callmanager sont synchroniser entre eux mémé heur comment résoudre se problème



Comment on What To Do When You Encounter A Windows PC Error Message by Jimmy Daniels

Tue, 22 Mar 2011 18:16:20 +0000

You just need a copy of Windows XP, which i don't think you can buy anymore, unless you can find it on a site like ebay. I like Windows 7, maybe you should give it a couple weeks first before you change to an operating system that's no longer going to be supported.



Comment on What To Do When You Encounter A Windows PC Error Message by richard lake

Tue, 22 Mar 2011 08:27:29 +0000

i just purchased a new computer that came with win 7 pre-installed. i'd much prefer to delete win 7 and load win xp. how would i do this?



Comment on HOW TO: Troubleshoot “Stop 0x0000007B” Errors in Windows XP (Q324103) by Manish Swami

Wed, 02 Mar 2011 08:42:25 +0000

I Also need Solution... Please Help



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