kaspersky warning on wilders thread ?

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  1. kasperking

    kasperking Registered Member

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    hi.....kis 2010 is giving me this whenever i try to go to the third page of this thread ...a fp i guess:p
     

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  2. AvinashR

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    Confirmed its also showing warning to me....:D
     

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  3. Cudni

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    Did you report it, so it can be fixed?
     
  4. kasperking

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    have posted it here let's see
     
  5. Sadeghi85

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    I deleted my post on that thread.
     
  6. AvinashR

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    Its cleared now... :)

    No detection from KIS ....
     
  7. Boyfriend

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    The problem is solved now. I am using Kaspersky Internet Security 2011 CF1 (11.0.1.400). I can open the thread. The post is of Rmus (Exploit Analyst) with two snaps and four references about exploits (Adobe and IE6). The URL of exploit site is readable.
     
  8. LowWaterMark

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    Actually, the direct post link that kasperking used in the first post of this thread was not the one triggering the alert from Kaspersky. I believe he just used that as any link to the thread. He said it was page 3 that he could not open, and where the alert came from. (The images he posted also show page=3 on the threadid link.)

    Sadeghi85 had a post on page 3 that contained a text copy of one of the exploits being discussed in the thread. While that is "just text" in a forum post and can not possibly execute, some AV products will alert on it as if it really was an iframe included bit of Javascript. Sadeghi85 deleted the post because he knew that was the one causing the alert.
     
  9. LowWaterMark

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    Just as an FYI, here is an image that shows the contents of Sadeghi85's post. (He used a CODE block, which is the proper way to post such information, but, a CODE block doesn't wrap the text, so, you can't easily get an image of it. I changed it to a QUOTE block instead.)
     

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