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Malicious Domains / www.234865xcd-error-code.com
« Last post by lmaze797 on January 31, 2017, 02:54:34 pm »
Locks up your screen and claims you have a virus and that you need to call a fake tech support.
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Malicious Domains / Cerber ransomware
« Last post by randomguy on January 13, 2017, 10:21:32 pm »
geraldgore.com
larodimas.top
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Malicious Domains / sarah.tnctrx.com
« Last post by lmaze797 on January 11, 2017, 07:32:09 pm »
This site is the main place for redirecting you to different websites. Many sites like bassco.com redirect you to this site, after it has brought you to that website it will redirect you to many malicious websites or web browsing hijacking websites.
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Malicious Domains / chilkaa.tk
« Last post by lmaze797 on January 11, 2017, 07:09:13 pm »
Found this through a redirecting site. Locks up screen and claims that your computer has been infected with a Trojan virus. Tells you to call a fake I.T support number. I have no idea if this website leaves anything on your computer.
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Hello!

Please remove www.hausnet.ru from the list. Cause: The data is irrelevant, this site is safe.

It is the site of a small communication operator (ISP). Secure site, nothing malicious there!

P.S. http://www.hausnet.ru/about/contacts/
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Malicious Domains / bassco.com
« Last post by semiliterate on November 28, 2016, 06:22:01 am »
A while back a plumber looking for shower door specs blithely took a relative's browser here. It's more likely aimed to get traffic from "basco.com" (single 's'), Briggs and Stratton, or looking again, maybe this aviation corp. bassco.

Anyway, symptoms were: claiming the ISP had blocked our IP address (No), locking up the immediate browser window (chrome), generally complaining and fishing for information. That's all. Hoped this was the right place!
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Malicious Domains / Fake Chrome "urgent update!" page
« Last post by molan1998oif on October 29, 2016, 08:00:05 pm »
kookefinavia.net
The above is the domain of a fake update page.  After the .net was a series of random junk (or seemingly random), which I failed to copy/paste, but I was just focusing on the root part... Brain not functional today, busy with other stuff.
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Site / Forum Discussion / Re: PREVENT RANSOMWARE WITH THIS FREE OUTLOOK ADDIN
« Last post by dlipman on October 24, 2016, 05:06:29 pm »
Email associated with ransomware is not "infected".

To be infected one would have to have a legitimate email that, at some point, malware has been injected into it.

Email associated with ransomware is designed to be malicious from its origins.  It use a Social Engineering ploy and an attachment that downloads and executes a crypto trojan.
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Malware Analysis / Banking trojan
« Last post by emmyslim on October 24, 2016, 05:27:39 am »
Hello please can some help me here i need a banking trojan thanks
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Site / Forum Discussion / PREVENT RANSOMWARE WITH THIS FREE OUTLOOK ADDIN
« Last post by RansomSaver on October 20, 2016, 05:33:50 pm »
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