List of Lists

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by FanJ, Feb 18, 2012.

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    very useful thread thx
     
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    Stan & Ollie are equally thankful for us keeping the thread updated and hosted here at Wilders.

     
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    Since we started talking many years back about the List of Lists at the Wilders forum (and I don't even remember whether I was the first one talking about it, but that doesn't matter at all of course!), probably in the days way back then in those years when we were not even on this kind of forum and server, I feel obliged to tell you about a recent incident at the List of Lists about which I just learned and should have known earlier and should have told you earlier:

    It seems that the List of Lists might have been infected.
    In the GRC web-based read-only forum "grc.news.latestversions" there was a posting at 03 June 2013 that Avast free gave a warning about an infection JS:Iframe-AMJ [Trj].
    See GRC:
    http://12078.net/grcnews/article.php?id=38845&group=grc.news.latestversions#38845

    Starting on 04 June 2013 dear old Dave has been posting on GRC about the issue and fixing it.
    See GRC:
    http://12078.net/grcnews/article.php?id=38850&group=grc.news.latestversions#38850

    and follow-ups on it.

    Once again apologies for not having posted about it earlier!

    Keep an eye on the site! Let know in case there are still issues with it.
    It is such a valuable site.
     
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