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http://forum.tuts4you.com/index.php?showtopic=26335&pid=125740&st=0entry125740

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Warning: Something's Not Right Here! forum.tuts4you.com contains content from redcrew.astalavista.ms, a site known to distribute malware..

We (Google)have already notified redcrew.astalavista.ms that we found malware on the site.

Edited by ksanket (see edit history)

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Teddy Rogers

I noticed a similar issue a few weeks back but forgot to chase the matter up. It would seem Google Chrome doesn't like links and images from Red Crews website which happens to show up in a members signature.

Try viewing the topic now and please let me know if you continue to experience any issues...

Ted.

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Walkin

Is fixed, no problem now :)

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xsp!d3r

damn google sucks sometimes :down: we've sent them email telling them to reexaminate the website and they did and the site was back but after 3 days it's back again :confused:

and sorry guys we're trying to fix it!

Edited by xsp!d3r (see edit history)

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k5h

thanks guys its working now

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xsp!d3r

well that i can see :) but i'm sure the problem will be back again cuz we've been attacked by a js injector called cssminibar.js, so we will try to reset all the passwords and everything to avoid this from happening again.

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Teddy Rogers
the problem will be back again cuz we've been attacked by a js injector called cssminibar.js

An exploit or vulnerability in Xylitol maybe?

Ted.

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xsp!d3r

nah, well i don't know but i did some searches about the injector in google and found that it has attacked many websites. it attackes the index files but adding a js script in the 1st line, but when i looked in our index files i couldn't find it Oo

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