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This is a discussion on ATTN: Webmaster/Everyone - Suspicious/Malicious content from this site within the Forum News, Feedback, Problems & Comments forums, part of the DefensiveCarry.com Forum Office category; Avast stops it as well although it can't prevent it from trying again and again and again as one moves around the site. It has ...

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    Avast stops it as well although it can't prevent it from trying again and again and again as one moves around the site. It has apparently shut down GlockTalk and hit some other gun sites. This sucks.

    BTW the files get placed in DocumentsAndSettings/UserName/Local Settings/TemporaryInternetFiles/ by http://poskeheryrggy.com even if your antivirus program stops execution. This is for XP SP3


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    I think it's all just part of the Brady campaign.
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    Media player keeps running and prompts for a download. Something is not well in the house.

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    On a similar note Glocktalk is down completely. Something looks fishy...

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    Since Glocktalk is also down, I'd be willing to bet that the problem lies in some sponsor that both sites share.

    OR

    there is some exploit in vBulletin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tangolima600 View Post
    On a similar note Glocktalk is down completely. Something looks fishy...
    Seem Glocktalk is dealing with a hacker. At least that is what is reported on their page at this moment.

    Hi folks. We are still dealing with the hacker problem and hope to be back up soon. I apologize for the down time. I'll post more info when I know more.
    I'm not having the media player issue anymore but I don't think it is a huge problem that won't be dealt with in time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tokerblue View Post
    If you are using Internet Explorer, I would permanently block the site.

    Tools > Internet Options > Security > Restricted Sites > Sites

    Then just add the website.
    http://poskeheryrggy.com
    Took your advice, working fine now no popup.
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    I've noticed it myself. Here is what I just found. Under My Computer --> Documents and Settings --> (Your User Name) --> Application Data --> I found a folder called Azzoib. I deleted it. Also, under the Registry under HKEY_Current_User --> Software --> Microsoft --> Windows --> Current Version --> Run I found a key named {D57A4A0F-FF5E-C441-822D-59879F7EB94C} with the location of the file above.

    I also noticed under the same file location there was one called "Ikuvaf" Under Windows/System32 there were 2 files on mine. RPCNETP (application) and RPCNETP.dll

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    Angry Here is what I am getting

    Click "Quick Links", "Today's Posts"...and then my anit virus kicks in with an alert for the Mal/HcpExpl-A virus/exploit.

    Houston...we have a problem here.
    Best Regards from Minnesota,

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    Quote Originally Posted by msgt/ret View Post
    Took your advice, working fine now no popup.
    Me to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tokerblue View Post
    If you are using Internet Explorer, I would permanently block the site.

    Tools > Internet Options > Security > Restricted Sites > Sites

    Then just add the website.
    http://poskeheryrggy.com
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    Seems to work so far! Thanks.

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    Update...virus scan has yielded the following virus':
    Virus found: Mal/JavaDldr-B
    Virus found: Troj/Java-K (Java pops up after I kill the movie launch attempt)
    Best Regards from Minnesota,

    Rick

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    If I was a malicious hacker type. I'm not sure I'd target websites dedicated to gun discussions. Seems like the wrong group to antagonize. :)

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    The same thing began on Glocktalk yesterday morning and Eric was able to upgrade the vbullitin software. This afternoon at 3:00EDT it started again. It was redirecting to bbbinvestigators dot com yesterday and to the one listed in a post above today. Eric shut the site down late this afternoon to investigate. Several other forums with the older versions of the Vbullitin software are experiencing the same problem. Updated servers like XDTalk and Gunforums do not seem to be having the problem "yet".

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    i logged into DC and suddenly got it to and it oopened WMP but my anti-virus blocked it .

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