Threat on Agnitum UK website?

Discussion in 'ESET NOD32 Antivirus' started by psychopomp1, Feb 27, 2010.

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  1. psychopomp1

    psychopomp1 Registered Member

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    If i go to www.agnitum.co.uk (Outpost firewall reseller) and try to purchase any software then NOD32 detects some sort of threat. Could someone please explain what sort of threat this is? This is the screenshot:

    http://i45.tinypic.com/2n9dg6p.jpg

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    looks like it is blocking an url containing ads possibly because they also contain malware. This url is probably a rotating one and not something Agnitum has control of

    Another AV complains on a downloaded htm page which when I looked into didn't look suspicious so it could be a false positive
     
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    why doesnt nod32 show the reason url is blocked in that screenshot?
     
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    kaspersky doesn`t report anything
     
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    and??
     
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    Which means they don't recognize the threat. Above is a proof that the site is indeed infected.
     
  8. hayc59

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    I just tried the site...looked around but did not buy
    and I am running NOD32 latest version and getting no pop-up
    stating any issues?? but will notify Mikhail on this thread
    sorry folks and will let you know
    Gordon
     
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    and just incase..is there a setting for sure in NOD32
    for those pop-ups? if its by default then
    I should get one if there is a breach.
     
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    It seems that the threat has now been removed from the website after i emailed Bluefootprint who sell Outpost products on www.agnitum.co.uk
     
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