HTML/Iframe.B.Gen virus

Discussion in 'ESET Smart Security' started by aarinai, Mar 22, 2012.

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  1. aarinai

    aarinai Registered Member


    connection terminated - quarantined


    I already sent it to ESET through "Submit for analysis" in Quarantine but should I send it here also?
    I don't know if I should turn into rar. because I can't find it...It says it's in C://Program Files/Google/ Chrome/Application/chrome.exe...
    So I have to archive the application and send it?

    I really don't know what to do...:'( I never get dangerous viruses, and I can't believe I got stuck with this one....How will this affect my computer? I really take care of it and I have a lot of documents and saved pages I need!
    Please help me~
    Last edited: Mar 22, 2012
  2. SweX

    SweX Registered Member

    If you saw the "connection terminated" notification while visiting the website?
    Then you don't need to do anything since the threat was blocked, and the connection terminated.
  3. aarinai

    aarinai Registered Member

    Yes the ESET window telling me the connection was terminated popped up when the website was charging. I closed it immediately after.

    Thank you very much for taking time to respond! I'm more at ease now^^
  4. strwberryiqourcake

    strwberryiqourcake Registered Member

    I got a follow up question.

    When Nod32 enountered this problem while I was websurfing. Ofcourse I let Nod32 terminate the connection. But the webpage kept displaying this pop-up box so I couldn't leave the page. Even If I went really fast from X to X. Anyway I terminated firefox through the taskmanager. But when I opened up firefox again ofcourse this piece of **** software rebuilt all tabs incl the malicous site. But now nothing happened. No popups nothing. I'm affraid womthing still might have come through.

    Where can I check if this bugger is on my PC?

    Scanning in progress but don't know if it will help?
  5. Marcos

    Marcos Eset Staff Account

    The only explanation for this that I can think of is that the site no longer poses a threat so there was nothing to warn you about.
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