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I got the same avast alerts on 2 different threads, page 1 of a passport thread and one other, both times page reset afterwards and even switching from firefox to chrome did not help. next day i could again peruse the threads and the pages in question, weird heh?

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HTML:Script-inf Trojan is a threat identified by Microsoft Security Software. This is a typical malware that targets the core system of Windows in order to complete its tasks. HTML:Script-inf Trojan was made to execute a series of commands once it gets inside the system. It will gather data like system settings, Windows version, network configuration, and so on. Collected data will be sent to remote attacker for analysis.

* HTML:Script-inf is a nasty Trojan parasite

* HTML:Script-inf may show fake security & messages
* HTML:Script-inf may display numerous annoying advertisements
* HTML:Script-inf may be controlled by a remote person
* HTML:Script-inf may come with additional spyware
* HTML:Script-inf violates your privacy and compromises your security

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Getting the page reset message here on page 2 of the Anyone else like a "slightly" toothy blow job? thread, after an initial avast warning.

 
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Me too. Biggest problem is the "view new content" link for me then after viewing by individual forums it reverts back to normal

www.sugarcanemafia.com

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Well its an ongoing problem for me, its making the board unuseable.

 

Has anybody got a fix for it ?

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Throw me in to the mix,, just got one on the " big boys night out " thread,,,,

I spend half my money on hookers and booze ,the other half I waste.

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If all those reporting problems are using Avast, a false positive may be the cause. There has been discussion about that in the past. 

 

The forum could be infected but that would cause many more reports. 

 

The Avast users could download/install a trial copy of a different antivirus, uninstall Avast and see if they still experience the error. I suspect they will not.

 

If you don't have additional protection such as Malwarebytes, you should. Good luck. 

 

https://www.google.com/search?q=HTML%3AScript-inf&oq=HTML%3AScript-inf&aqs=chrome..69i57j69i58.1503j0j7&sourceid=chrome&es_sm=93&ie=UTF-8 

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Infected Computer do what BM CyberPro said..Maybe you click on some bacterial infected porn while having a wank between next trips. :Bye5:

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If all those reporting problems are using Avast, a false positive may be the cause. There has been discussion about that in the past. 

 

The forum could be infected but that would cause many more reports. 

 

The Avast users could download/install a trial copy of a different antivirus, uninstall Avast and see if they still experience the error. I suspect they will not.

 

If you don't have additional protection such as Malwarebytes, you should. Good luck. 

 

https://www.google.com/search?q=HTML%3AScript-inf&oq=HTML%3AScript-inf&aqs=chrome..69i57j69i58.1503j0j7&sourceid=chrome&es_sm=93&ie=UTF-8 

 

Thanks for your helpful post, what would you recco ?

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Hello Gents

 

I keep getting Avast "HTML:Script-inf" alerts when I connect with a browser (Firefox).

 

Anyone else having problems? Should I be worried?

 

Cheers

 

Just got the same thing myself when trying to view the "has the high season started" thread.

 

Not sure why.

 

Cheers,

 

Mark

Bar4

Sukhumvit Soi 4, Bangkok

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Thanks for your helpful post, what would you recco ?

 

Symantec or Webroot are likely candidates. If you want to get more into it the link below has lots of info. Good luck

 

https://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=best%20antivirus%20for%20web%20browsing 

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Try AVG or Spybot.  The former has just stopped three attacks that Microsoft didn't catch. 

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Hi. I also have this alert since 2 or 3 days.

Seems to happen to the first PA link I click from a PA page, so usually the 2nd PA page I (want) see.

I also use Avast Antivirus

The report is about a website infection type "URL:Mal" and the bad url it tries to open is

"http: // ritaritalo.com/jvVK-/Qm-kqx/juYvQMH-WLG.php?qQ=9en4m9&zAiFo15Y=t358Jm3&jk5yD0=haeflw0&njr=e-fz4b&hYEQFH=3d3j4"

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Damn just happened again on the moon topic got message again, weird it is not happening elsewhere just an pattaya addicts will run malwarebytes and see if that helps.

ritaritalo.com warning arrived  is flagged a a malware site too, that came up as a warning just after the C:\www.pattaya-addicts.com/forum/topic/283643... 

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Here is the warning I am getting from random pages.

 

 

avast.jpg

If it floats, flies or fucks, RENT IT!!!!! "He who hesitates, masturbates"

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Just logged in using microsoft edge browser, not getting page reset on the moon landing page or an Avast warning, is this a Mozilla / Avast conflict issue?

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Firefox and avast now stopping me from clicking on "View New Topics", get page reset again every time, same with chrome, done malwarebytes scan and all clean. Back to Microsoft edge for now.

Edit : Now the same problem with Edge browser, unable to view new content.

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Just updated avast, not just the virus definitions but the program as well, all seems good now, (funnily enough that was the 2nd virus definition update today) asked for a restart of PC all pages opening fine.

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Just updated avast, not just the virus definitions but the program as well, all seems good now, (funnily enough that was the 2nd virus definition update today) asked for a restart of PC all pages opening fine.

Yes that did the trick for me too. I got the alerts for last week and the threads got resetted. Now it seems to be fine. I didn't update avast for very long time before this happened.

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