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Java trojan - quick question

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#1 meezers


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Posted 01 April 2006 - 10:04 PM

When I try to go to a web addy I get a Java script pop up that my Norton stops. This is only happening to me when I try to look at the webpage suretopleasesiamese.com What I would like to know is this Java scrip pop up originating on my computer or is it embedded in the webpage I am trying to visit or is it somehow attached to the addy or where is it coming from? :huh:

Thank you for helping me to understand this.

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#2 pacman123


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Posted 02 April 2006 - 06:23 AM

Hi, iv'e just tried that link panda blocked it and i also got a pop up from panda saying virus neutralised so i suggest you edit and remove link from your post........ Regards pacman

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Posted 02 April 2006 - 08:15 AM

I would be happy to remove it but you will have to tell me where the edit command is as I don't see it.

#4 Juliet



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Posted 02 April 2006 - 10:27 AM

When Norton AntiVirus (with Script Blocking enabled) detects a suspicious script it will automatically stop it.
And chances are it was embedded in the webpage......
Java applets are Java programs embedded in HTML pages and can run automatically when the pages are viewed. Malware authors have used Java applets as a vehicle for attack.
Most Web browsers, however, can be configured so that these applets do not execute - sometimes by simply changing browser security settings to "high."
Remember to keep your antivirus and firewall's updated....

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