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pc8multifx (pc8multifx)
Sep 16 2010 at 02:04
879 posts
when opening myfxbook I get a Trojan warning from my avast anti virus..😲

anybody else?

ranesh (ranesh)
Sep 16 2010 at 03:57
257 posts
Same here.... since today.

url reported is consistentstats2.com/in.php?........... blablabla

Please look into this and rectify. Will not be using the site until it is sorted out.

Thx.

Najite Puegeren
1stECN
Sep 16 2010 at 04:06
15 posts
same here too. Mine automatically downloads a file named 'manual'! but its not opening as my AVG internet security had it treated automatically.

Regards

cacus (cacus)
Sep 16 2010 at 05:20
119 posts
I can confirm this too.
I've had to get the web via my iphone's safari in order to avoid infection.
It seems to be a hijack with java applets at the web. Please be careful with this.

Mental note: do not abuse.
Staff (Staff)
Sep 16 2010 at 07:30
1389 posts
Hi Guys, it was an issue with the ad server which was just fixed.

Thanks for reporting it and we do apologize for the inconvenience.

ranesh (ranesh)
Sep 17 2010 at 06:23
257 posts

Staff posted:
    Hi Guys, it was an issue with the ad server which was just fixed.

Thanks for reporting it and we do apologize for the inconvenience.


Would appreciate it if you could elaborate on the problem. The infected URL was a 3rd party URL, which was a concern to me. Especially since passwords are on the server although they're only investor passwords. I still have not added my live account and was wondering if I can rest assured about security.

Thanks.

Staff (Staff)
Sep 17 2010 at 14:01
1389 posts
ranesh posted:
    
Staff posted:
    Hi Guys, it was an issue with the ad server which was just fixed.

Thanks for reporting it and we do apologize for the inconvenience.


Would appreciate it if you could elaborate on the problem. The infected URL was a 3rd party URL, which was a concern to me. Especially since passwords are on the server although they're only investor passwords. I still have not added my live account and was wondering if I can rest assured about security.

Thanks.


There was a vulnerability in the version of our adverser, openX, which we were using. We've updated to the latest version to eliminate any threats.
Some major websites were affected, you can read about it here: https://www.techeye.net/security/openx-vulnerability-leaves-legit-sites-wide-open-to-attack

You can be sure that your account data is safe, since it's on a different server and stored in an encrypted format.

ranesh (ranesh)
Sep 17 2010 at 14:41
257 posts
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