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Scanning website files on the fly

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Alan Connor, Feb 28, 2010.

  1. Alan Connor

    Alan Connor Flightless Bird

    Hi folks,

    One of my websites got infected with a virus and was blocked by Google.
    I stumbled across this page and it really helped me getting the problem
    solved very quickly without having to reupload my website from my
    computer.

    I can't paste the whole method here because it's explained in pictures.
    Check out:

    http://www.orioncities.com/scanning-website-files-for-malware-and-viruses

    I hope this will help someone.
     
  2. sgopus

    sgopus Flightless Bird

    Their are many well known and known to be good sites, that will help others
    with malware and virus infection, I wouldn't click on any link included with
    posts that state they will help you, more than likely they are links
    themselves to virus and malware.

    "Alan Connor" wrote:

    >
    > Hi folks,
    >
    > One of my websites got infected with a virus and was blocked by Google.
    > I stumbled across this page and it really helped me getting the problem
    > solved very quickly without having to reupload my website from my
    > computer.
    >
    > I can't paste the whole method here because it's explained in pictures.
    > Check out:
    >
    > http://www.orioncities.com/scanning-website-files-for-malware-and-viruses
    >
    > I hope this will help someone.
    >
    >
    > .
    >
     
  3. Twayne

    Twayne Flightless Bird

    In news:710C8BC5-2F15-4617-BA16-111C83267B39@microsoft.com,
    sgopus <sgopus@discussions.microsoft.com> typed:
    > Their are many well known and known to be good sites, that will help
    > others with malware and virus infection, I wouldn't click on any link
    > included with posts that state they will help you, more than likely
    > they are links themselves to virus and malware.


    I don't know about "more than likely", but that's always good advice. It's
    also considered to be one of the resolves in "Safe Hex". It's a great way
    to invite malicious code into your machine without knowing it for quite some
    time.

    HTH,

    Twayne



    >
    > "Alan Connor" wrote:
    >
    >>
    >> Hi folks,
    >>
    >> One of my websites got infected with a virus and was blocked by
    >> Google. I stumbled across this page and it really helped me getting
    >> the problem solved very quickly without having to reupload my
    >> website from my computer.
    >>
    >> I can't paste the whole method here because it's explained in
    >> pictures. Check out:
    >>
    >> http://www.orioncities.com/scanning-website-files-for-malware-and-viruses
    >>
    >> I hope this will help someone.
    >>
    >>
    >> .




    --
    --
    Life is the only real counselor; wisdom unfiltered
    through personal experience does not become a
    part of the moral tissue.
     
  4. SC Tom

    SC Tom Flightless Bird

    This same post is also in alt.sys.pc-clone.gateway2000 posted under the name
    of Greg Jacob with a tinyurl link. Seems fishy when there are two nearly
    identical posts (identical subject line) by different people. I don't know
    about anyone else, but *I* wouldn't click on either link :)
    --
    SC Tom

    "Twayne" <nobody@spamcop.net> wrote in message
    news:uG9YL1WuKHA.4752@TK2MSFTNGP04.phx.gbl...
    > In news:710C8BC5-2F15-4617-BA16-111C83267B39@microsoft.com,
    > sgopus <sgopus@discussions.microsoft.com> typed:
    >> Their are many well known and known to be good sites, that will help
    >> others with malware and virus infection, I wouldn't click on any link
    >> included with posts that state they will help you, more than likely
    >> they are links themselves to virus and malware.

    >
    > I don't know about "more than likely", but that's always good advice. It's
    > also considered to be one of the resolves in "Safe Hex". It's a great way
    > to invite malicious code into your machine without knowing it for quite
    > some time.
    >
    > HTH,
    >
    > Twayne
    >
    >
    >
    >>
    >> "Alan Connor" wrote:
    >>
    >>>
    >>> Hi folks,
    >>>
    >>> One of my websites got infected with a virus and was blocked by
    >>> Google. I stumbled across this page and it really helped me getting
    >>> the problem solved very quickly without having to reupload my
    >>> website from my computer.
    >>>
    >>> I can't paste the whole method here because it's explained in
    >>> pictures. Check out:
    >>>
    >>> http://www.orioncities.com/scanning-website-files-for-malware-and-viruses
    >>>
    >>> I hope this will help someone.
    >>>
    >>>
    >>> .

    >
    >
    >
    > --
    > --
    > Life is the only real counselor; wisdom unfiltered
    > through personal experience does not become a
    > part of the moral tissue.
     
  5. Twayne

    Twayne Flightless Bird

    Agreed; I never click on unknown links in posts or emails either. Especially
    tiny URLs of any kind. If I do think I want to go there, I'll do a
    reputation check on Google first; but I have to have a valid reason to put
    out the effort.

    Good advice,

    Twayne



    In news:uK0v8CXuKHA.5444@TK2MSFTNGP04.phx.gbl,
    SC Tom <sc@tom.net> typed:
    > This same post is also in alt.sys.pc-clone.gateway2000 posted under
    > the name of Greg Jacob with a tinyurl link. Seems fishy when there
    > are two nearly identical posts (identical subject line) by different
    > people. I don't know about anyone else, but *I* wouldn't click on
    > either link :)
    > "Twayne" <nobody@spamcop.net> wrote in message
    > news:uG9YL1WuKHA.4752@TK2MSFTNGP04.phx.gbl...
    >> In news:710C8BC5-2F15-4617-BA16-111C83267B39@microsoft.com,
    >> sgopus <sgopus@discussions.microsoft.com> typed:
    >>> Their are many well known and known to be good sites, that will help
    >>> others with malware and virus infection, I wouldn't click on any
    >>> link included with posts that state they will help you, more than
    >>> likely they are links themselves to virus and malware.

    >>
    >> I don't know about "more than likely", but that's always good
    >> advice. It's also considered to be one of the resolves in "Safe
    >> Hex". It's a great way to invite malicious code into your machine
    >> without knowing it for quite some time.
    >>
    >> HTH,
    >>
    >> Twayne
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >>>
    >>> "Alan Connor" wrote:
    >>>
    >>>>
    >>>> Hi folks,
    >>>>
    >>>> One of my websites got infected with a virus and was blocked by
    >>>> Google. I stumbled across this page and it really helped me getting
    >>>> the problem solved very quickly without having to reupload my
    >>>> website from my computer.
    >>>>
    >>>> I can't paste the whole method here because it's explained in
    >>>> pictures. Check out:
    >>>>
    >>>> http://www.orioncities.com/scanning-website-files-for-malware-and-viruses
    >>>>
    >>>> I hope this will help someone.
    >>>>
    >>>>
    >>>> .

    >>
    >>
    >>
    >> --
    >> --
    >> Life is the only real counselor; wisdom unfiltered
    >> through personal experience does not become a
    >> part of the moral tissue.




    --
    --
    Life is the only real counselor; wisdom unfiltered
    through personal experience does not become a
    part of the moral tissue.
     

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