JG_Hawkins

Malicious URL

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What does the message Malicious URL 3BBB6A...http://bs.serving.sys.com mean? Is this really Malware or a false positive?

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Hi and welcome to the forum.

 

Where did you get the message from? What version of Kaspersky are you using?

 

We need more information.

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Welcome. Please post the full, complete detection details. Post screenshot of Detected > Active threats.

With columns widened to show full detected and name and object and path/location details.

 

How to take and post screenshot: PrtSc (Print screen) key (upper right part of keyboard)> open Paint (Start > All programs > Accessories) > Edit > Paste, File > Save as (jpeg or

png, Not bmp). When replying, Browse > click once to select file > Open > Upload > add reply.

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I am using Kaspersky Internet Security 2011. The item was in reports/detected threats. Listed as suspicious and highly critical. When I click on Quarantine it does not show a file.

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I am using Kaspersky Internet Security 2011. The item was in reports/detected threats. Listed as suspicious and highly critical. When I click on Quarantine it does not show a file.

An iframer alert simply means that Kaspersky has blocked a web page that it suspects has malicious code within an iframe construct.

 

The page that would have been displayed would be replaced by a Kaspersky Alert - that you would have noticed.

 

As the page was blocked, you remain protected, no harm was done.

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I did a little looking and found that it was from a tracking cookie probably from Yahoo. The company is listed as Eyeblaster. Since I did not find a file is it possible that there were residual bits left of something removed left on the system. I have noticed that if I scan with Super Anti-spyware it finds one cookie every time. My guess is that Kaspersky ignores it. What do you think?

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What do I think?

You should have followed richbuff's advice in Post #3

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