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PostSubject: Computer Security, more websites are getting hacked by "iframes"   Sun Jun 07, 2009 9:57 pm


A new terror is being unleashed on the internet world, and it's freaking annoying. iframe infections are sneaky and hard to spot. They link a safe website to a malicious website through Javascript hacking and such causing the safe website to distribute the malware. One such malware is Trojan.Cruzer.
One program that always catches these iframes with no recorded False Positive is Avast. Best of all its free.

A good way to prevent your website from getting hacked by iframe is to update it OFTEN

A new terror is being unleashed on the internet world, and it's freaking annoying. iframe infections are sneaky and hard to spot. They link a safe website to a malicious website through Javascript hacking and such causing the safe website to distribute the malware. One such malware is Trojan.Cruzer.
One program that always catches these iframes with no recorded False Positive is Avast. Best of all its free.

A good way to prevent your website from getting hacked by iframe is to update it OFTEN
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