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It is on your end likely, I use the same antivirus. Reason being is I run scans to check for this often, never finds anything, I am using the same antivirus as well nothing came up, and not one user has had this problem. What exactly does it say?


here is a security report for trojans from a bunch:

Report 2011-01-23 15:33:27 (GMT 1)

Website mygnrforum.com

AS Name IPS - Invision Power Services, Inc.

Detections 0 / 18 (0 %)

Status CLEAN

Scanning site with: AMaDa CLEAN

Scanning site with: BrowserDefender CLEAN

Scanning site with: DNS-BH CLEAN

Scanning site with: Google Diagnostic CLEAN

Scanning site with: hpHosts UNRATED

Scanning site with: joewein.de LLC CLEAN

Scanning site with: Malware Domain List CLEAN

Scanning site with: Malware Patrol CLEAN

Scanning site with: MyWOT CLEAN

Scanning site with: Norton SafeWeb CLEAN

Scanning site with: ParetoLogic URL Clearing House CLEAN

Scanning site with: PhishTank CLEAN

Scanning site with: SURBL CLEAN

Scanning site with: Threat Log CLEAN

Scanning site with: TrendMicro Web Reputation CLEAN

Scanning site with: URIBL CLEAN

Scanning site with: Web Security Guard CLEAN

Scanning site with: ZeuS Tracker CLEAN

and a virus scan:

Report 2011-01-23 15:16:31 (GMT 1)

File Name www-mygnrforum-com

Detections: 0 / 16 (0 %)

Status CLEAN

Antivirus Updated Engine Result

a-squared 23/01/2011 -

Avast 23/01/2011 5.0 -

AVG 23/01/2011 -

Avira AntiVir 23/01/2011 -

BitDefender 23/01/2011 -

ClamAV 23/01/2011 -

Comodo 23/01/2011 4.0 -

Dr.Web 23/01/2011 5.00.0 -

F-PROT6 23/01/2011 -

Ikarus T3 23/01/2011 1001084 -

Kaspersky 23/01/2011 -

NOD32 23/01/2011 -

Panda 23/01/2011 -

TrendMicro 23/01/2011 9.120-1004 -

VBA32 23/01/2011 -

VirusBuster 23/01/2011 1.5.6 -

scanned clean with both engines

perhaps you have something going on in your computer, or someone sent you something in pm linking you to a bad site?

clear your browser cookies and cache then try again.

Which image best describes your alert?


Or this?


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first one

I was getting a warning for the same trojan every few hours and each time I "deleted it" by the antivirus's recommendation it seemed to work.

The trojan file was located in my Firefox cache and each time I got it I was browsing MyGNR so that's why I thought it might be from here.


screenshot of history

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If it was like the first one your antivirus may be at risk. That is a fake alert from a virus itself.

I would suggest running http://download.cnet.com/Malwarebytes-Anti-Malware/3000-8022_4-10804572.html?tag=mncol;1 it is free and gets alot of that shit of your system

I have that, didn't notice the scan online thing in your screenshots. That isn't the case with mine.

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Checked this out and here is what I discovered,

There is a bug in the google ads javascript that may automatically send a message (ie, this ad was loaded) to the google ad server.

Certain virus scans may flag this as a trojan. It is not a trojan, not in your cache from mygnr would be a true trojan in the sense that it could cause irreversible harm to your system.

If you wish i can follow up with you further.

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