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Discussion in 'Diablo 2 Patch Bug Reports & Suggestions' started by Bjam, Sep 5, 2006.

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  1. Bjam

    Bjam IncGamers Member

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    This web site infected?

    I'm not sure if this is the right place, but can anyone confirm that this website is infected with Backdoor.Graybird.B. I traced back my activity to this website once, then cleaned my computer. I visited again and presto, the virus is back. Simply visiting the main forums page seemed to cause the problem.

    Symantec's web site has more info. Can anyone verify? Can anyone fix it?
     
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    This site isn't infected.
     
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    well i just visited the main page and scanned my system...i am good.
     
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    Xenon[XoA] Banned

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    I visited the main page, and surfed around a little.
    There's nothing showing up in my proxn44 logs, or when I scan with antivirus + antimalware.
     
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    Sounds like you didn't get rid of it and it started up again upon launching IE/Windows. Make sure you're following the steps they give for removing it.

    At the least, I generally pick up 4-8 tracking bugs when I surf here which I promptly remove with AdAware SE before launching D2.
     
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    i had a similar problem along time ago, it was that spybot didnt completely remove the worm/virus, ad-aware cleaned it up tho
     
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    I started having this issue few days again... now still having this issue.

    Whenever I enter forumns.diabloii.net, my computer detects the presence of a trojan.

    trojan-Downloader.Win32.Small.dpz
    I have F-secure anti virus enabled.
     
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    ffejrxx IncGamers Member

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    or try deleting your web browser cache
    for ie click tools > internet options > [delete files] button
    not sure for firefox
     
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    Firefox is Tools, and then Options, and then Cache.
     
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    or Tools -> Clear private data
     
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    I'm going to lock this thread down, any further concerns, please PM a mod or Admin.

    Thank you.
     
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