trojan-clicker.html.iframe.ey

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  1. unleashedpsycho

    unleashedpsycho Registered Member

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    Recently i've installed Eset Smart Security 3.0.699.0 trial version on my IIS server as my client's started complaining about a threat detected by Kaspersky i.e. "trojan-clicker.html.iframe.ey" on some of the hosted sites.
    But still they are complaining..

    So should i assume that the latest version of Eset Smart Security 3.0.699.0 will not help me solve the problem??

    Can anyone please respond...

    Thank you very much in advance...
     
  2. Kayracc

    Kayracc Registered Member

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    it sounds like some of the recent SQL injection attacks, can you PM me a sample website? i'll look through it and see if thats the case, and i can tell you what lines of code you need to remove from your webpages to be clean again :)

    -Brian
     
  3. unleashedpsycho

    unleashedpsycho Registered Member

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    So can i assume that Eset doesn't protect against SQL Injections...??

    Thank you very much in advance....
     
  4. unleashedpsycho

    unleashedpsycho Registered Member

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    Recently i've uncovered another page in my IIS i.e. <Snip>

    If i browse this site i.e. <Snip>
    Kaspersky detects the page as a threat...but still Eset doesn't warn anything...:doubt:
     
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  5. unleashedpsycho

    unleashedpsycho Registered Member

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    By the way here are the scripts that i've came accross which Kaspersky Internet Security 8.0.0.454 detects as a threat where as Eset Smart Security 3.0.669.0 does nothing :doubt: o_O

    Here's the links to download those scripts...
    First discovered:
    <Snip>

    Newly discovered:
    <Snip>



    Thank you very for your kind help Brian (Kayracc)
     
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  6. Kayracc

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    no problem, don't forget to read that link i gave you about SQL injections and how to prevent them, whoever designed your site needs to fix it :)

    -Brian
     
  7. the_sly_dog

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    unleashedpsycho two things buddy You Should edit your post to remove link to malware against fORUM rules, I have and use kaspersky and Eset both miss stuff Its not the end of the world No antivirus catches 100%.I have sent loads to both companies that missed what i found
    Just send the site to eset for them to add a signature/Detection
     
  8. unleashedpsycho

    unleashedpsycho Registered Member

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    Very sorry for breaking the rulz....Actually i didn't know i was... I was just trying to give away the scripts so that experts like you guys can handle them...:(

    Thank you very much for warning though...:)
     
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