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Is there a problem with Googlesyndication.com? I'm receiving a lot of reports from a Trojan.JS.Redirector.ar virus on "http://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show ads.js/show ads"

 

Update

Looks like http://www.telegraaf.nl (Bug Dutch Newspaper) is one of the sources....

 

 

Edited by Reload

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Reload   

Created a temporary workaround by creating a 'Exclusion rule' and adding "Trojan.JS.Redirector.ar" as the Threats not to be scanned...

 

 

KASPERSKY LABS PLEASE LOOK AT THIS BIG PROBLEM !!!

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alein   

Confirm. I'v got the same problem with all google ads. Doesn't mater what page I open.

Edited by alein

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pootel   

Already got the reply from Kaspersky Labs. :b_lol1:

Hello,

 

 

Sorry, it was a false detection. It will be fixed in the next update.

Thank you for your help.

 

Please quote all when answering.

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Regards, Davidow Dmitriy

Virus Analyst, Kaspersky Lab.

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Reload   
Already got the reply from Kaspersky Labs. :b_lol1:

 

Wow... finaly...

 

Strange thing is that at 9.02 I received a mail from Davidow that

there was no problem... :blink:

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pootel   
Wow... finaly...

 

Strange thing is that at 9.02 I received a mail from Davidow that

there was no problem... :blink:

Strange.

Maybe he changed his mind. LOL

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mikt   

Same problem here - tho i still think if i like 'no ads' or not :)

 

What seems strange to me that theres no update yet...

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exoexo   

I saw same problem and was looking for answer last minutes ...

I use Google Chrome and no problem there, but when I switch to IE or Firefox - kaspersky go crazy with google adsense.

 

I hope fix/update will be released soon, as I am loosing money from my sites that have google adsense, as people now can't view ads and have virus warnings and complain to me that my sites infected ...

 

I still consider kaspersky as best antivirus I ever used, so that is (I hope) temporary problem and will have update any moment.

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pootel   
I saw same problem and was looking for answer last minutes ...

I use Google Chrome and no problem there, but when I switch to IE or Firefox - kaspersky go crazy with google adsense.

Strange, but I ran into this problem with Google Chrome.

Also, this problem exists with both Firefox and Opera, too.

IE? Not tested. <_<

By the way, I am wondering why didn't Kaspersky Labs release an update since they already gave me a reply?

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Hi all,

 

is this the sort of event you're all seeing?:

 

Virus detected

Severity: Critical event

Application: Kaspersky Anti-Virus 6.0 for Windows Servers Enterprise Edition

Version number: 6.0.2.555

Task name: Real-time file protection

Computer: DRxxxxxxx

Group: xxxxxxx

Time: 25 January 2010 09:26:00

Description: Threat detected: Trojware Trojan.JS.Redirector.ar. Object name: C:\Documents and Settings\xxxx\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\Content.IE5\CGQQTE3H\show_ads[1].js

 

 

Thanks

Chris

Edited by chrisgatguis

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pootel   
Hi all,

is this the sort of event you're all seeing?:

I have taken a screenshot, and it looks like this :

KAV.png

Edited by Pootel

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phelps   

Just found this forum when researching the same problem.

 

I susupected this was a false positive but it has filled my inbox. No update received yet.

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Aladdin   

Hi,

I get same Notifications from KIS 2010 when I browser my websites which contain Google ads.

Please help to fix this issue soon.

Some users will think that our websites infected and so we will lost visitors.

 

Thank you.

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Jamie   

Ive got the same problem..... started today (25 January 2010).....ive been thinking theres a virus on the system. Hope this update is prompt and quick.

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