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Thank you for your answer. R.David I just used Wepawet to search the redirected site connection. It claims to be neutral, but how can it be benign if the redirect it performs changes every other day? When I first got the connection, it took me to a fake Fox News website, but now it takes me to another fake news site. Here is a link to the Wepawet study. http://wepawet.iseclab.org/view.php?hash=dcff28722a5a5675fd6cb1db0f407ced&t=1354041687&type=js&hash=dcff28722a5a5675fd6cb1db0f407ced&t=1354041687&type=js
Thank you for the link, Pondus. This is what I get when I use your Unmask Parasites site. This indicates that the scanned site is malicious: EDIT: Strikethrough applied due to an incorrect statement; see! Below this one is Donovan’s message. sitecheck.sucuri.net/scanner/?scan=mikeyanderssonphotography.com http://sitecheck.sucuri.net/scanner/?scan=mikeyanderssonphotography.com (I used the scan connection in Unmask Parasites to scan Sucuri automatically:) It’s worth noting that the url does not end in.php.
To begin with, Sucuri does not consider the site to be malicious. It says “Anomaly activity observed (possible malware)” there. More information is available at: mwanomalysp8 (http://labs.sucuri.net/db/malware/malware-entry-mwanomalysp8) (http://labs.sucuri.net/db/malware/malware-entry-mwanomal Quant.js is a legitimate component of WordPress at http://edge.quantserve.com/quant.js. It’s used to keep track of statistics for the admin’s dashboard. You may also be interested in: http://www.techairlines.com/wordpress-stats-quantcast/ If you’re really not convinced, consider the following: VirusTotal: http://www.virustotal.com/file/e3b647130c0e413e10c89eb18de0744e8044982b893b4954087d714950c57855/analysis/1354061883/ Donovan is a character in the film Donovan
Avast report 47 apps harmful | highly virus
Activity Shield keeps an eye on the programs on your computer for unusual behavior that might suggest the existence of malicious code. Select one of the following options from the drop-down menu to configure how Behavior Shield handles suspicious program behavior:
Script Shield prevents potentially malicious scripts from running in browsers and other applications. This includes online and outside-source attacks, local threats downloaded to your hard drive or cached in your browser, and scripts originating from encrypted connections.
To determine which browsers and applications are covered by Script Shield, check or uncheck the appropriate boxes. By default, all browsers, Adobe Acrobat Reader, and other applications on your computer are covered.
When running almost every program in fullscreen, Do Not Disturb Mode works to silence unwanted alerts. Configure these options to configure device behavior when Do Not Disturb Mode is on, and to improve the performance of fullscreen applications. With the exception of the following, all options are available by default:
How to report false positive
After much searching, I finally found where to enable the Viruses & Malware report, and it now appears in the log document.
open old settings>smart scan>customize>report file>virus scan>settings>general>troubleshooting>open old settings>smart scan>customize>report file
Shortcut to avast reports and logs
Perhaps there is a more direct path, but I simply missed it because I was searching too hard.
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The reports for the Core Shields, on the other hand, only update when you RESTART. Why don’t they refresh when you LOG OFF and LOG IN? Is there anyone who can assist me in this area? Is this a dilemma that only I have? I’d appreciate some assistance…thank you!
“The Core Shield Logs will be updated if the PC is restarted.
NO logs are changed if the PC is shut down and then restarted “To speed up Windows initialization, this is how it’s supposed to work.
If you want to change this behaviour, you’ll have to make some adjustments.
CyberCapture now acts in accordance with your wishes. If you choose Ask me to send files to Threat Labs, each time CyberCapture detects a potentially malicious file, you must choose one of the following options:
To ensure maximum security for your PC, we do not suggest excluding files from any scan. This choice is open, however, if you need to temporarily exclude a file for troubleshooting purposes. You may temporarily remove those files from all scans, shields, and CyberCapture: