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TunaPR
post 30.12.2007 06:33
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First, What I did was to temporally disable the SafeBrowsing extension by typing about:config in the URL Bar.
Find the entry browser.safebrowsing.enabled and double click on it to change the value to false.
Remember to revert it back to the default value after Kaspersky corrects the problem.


I just selected Denied and 'Apply to All' to find where the rule in Kaspersky. I'll get back to you in a couple of minutes.
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post 30.12.2007 07:24
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same here, I hope there will be a solution soon.

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Rigon
post 30.12.2007 09:34
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To all who have already posted regarding the Trojan from the http://sb.google.com... link that makes Kaspersky squeal like a pig. First of all, it's picked up as a Trojan because of the nature of the code that it's written in. I'd go into geek mode, but for the sake of confusion I'll just let you know that I have accepted this alert and "suzie" is back in her pen, no more squealin' thank goodness.

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post 30.12.2007 13:33
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QUOTE(Rigon @ 30.12.2007 17:04) *
To all who have already posted regarding the Trojan from the http://sb.google.com... link that makes Kaspersky squeal like a pig. First of all, it's picked up as a Trojan because of the nature of the code that it's written in. I'd go into geek mode, but for the sake of confusion I'll just let you know that I have accepted this alert and "suzie" is back in her pen, no more squealin' thank goodness.

TC,
Rick


Well, I ended up going into "tools" and "options" and "Security" and deleting the Tell me if the site I'm visiting is a suspected forgery option - after which the problem went away and returned when I did the reverse. Have now updated and no further problem.

I'm still unaware how to reverse the warning and accept the software - seems that once you choose take this action for every instance you can't then reverse this when - like this- it proves to be harmless.
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rsa87
post 31.12.2007 00:21
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QUOTE(Taliesin @ 30.12.2007 04:33) *
Well, I ended up going into "tools" and "options" and "Security" and deleting the Tell me if the site I'm visiting is a suspected forgery option - after which the problem went away and returned when I did the reverse. Have now updated and no further problem.

I'm still unaware how to reverse the warning and accept the software - seems that once you choose take this action for every instance you can't then reverse this when - like this- it proves to be harmless.

Is this still in the process of being fixed?
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Don Pelotas
post 31.12.2007 01:37
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No, this was yesterday.


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post 31.12.2007 01:40
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QUOTE(Don Pelotas @ 30.12.2007 16:37) *
No, this was yesterday.

im still having this problem tho
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Don Pelotas
post 31.12.2007 01:43
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Sure you have updated Kaspersky, i can't provoke this at all?


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rsa87
post 31.12.2007 01:46
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QUOTE(Don Pelotas @ 30.12.2007 16:43) *
Sure you have updated Kaspersky, i can't provoke this at all?

yea ive updated it alot and it still is popping up
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post 31.12.2007 02:18
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QUOTE(rsa87 @ 30.12.2007 16:46) *
yea ive updated it alot and it still is popping up

am i supposed to just accept this so it quits popping up or should it be automatically gone w/ an update?
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Lucian Bara
post 31.12.2007 02:24
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hello post the url from the latest popup.
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rsa87
post 31.12.2007 02:33
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QUOTE(Lucian Bara @ 30.12.2007 17:24) *
hello post the url from the latest popup.

http://sb.google.com/safebrowsing/update?c...enchash:1:41233
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rsa87
post 31.12.2007 02:51
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QUOTE(rsa87 @ 30.12.2007 17:33) *

seems to be gone now ... knock on wood.. .. thanks for the help
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