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PinkPanther (44) 10-25-12  07:36pm
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Badly Infected Site - Beware

One would think that a site as well-established as the DDF Network would be testing constantly for viruses and wiping them out, but the reality, according to my anti-virus software, is otherwise. In order to peruse their model listing, I have to click on the "Show More" button at the bottom of the page. And every time I click on that "Show More" button I get a pop-up along with a message from my anti-virus software that it has blocked an attack by various malicious trojans.

So I can't even peruse their damned model listing! Is it any wonder that this is the first time in over a year that I've tried a month's membership to this site? Yeesh!

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RustyJ (145) There of course are false positives, with some AV-software more and with others less. I'd contact their support or hope the webmaster here notices and comments.
10-26-12  09:12am

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Ace DDF (48)
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Excuse me Pink Panther, but your allegations are completely incorrect. We scan our site everyday for viruses and it is Virus free. What kind of Anti-Virus software are you using? If you let us know we can test it, as some anti-virus give false alarms.

Out of the many thousands of members we have, this is the first we have heard of such a problem. Have you bothered to contact us in anyway before posting such harmful comments? Very unprofessional. I will speak to the IT guys tonight and have them run a check, but this is not something a business with such a high standing reputation would have imbedded on our site. I assure you if you were to contact support about such an issue you would find your accusations completely false, and a solution to your problem.

Please provide us with the name of the Anti-virus you use, and we will perform the tests necessary.

-Ace DDF

10-26-12  11:13am

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PinkPanther (44) REPLY TO #2 - Ace DDF :

I've got Norton anti-virus through Comcast. Computer repair people that I've talked to in my area give that anti-virus high marks and consider their warnings to be accurate. I don't know why you have pop-up pages at all for customers that just want to see more of your list of models, but I believe those pages to all be badly infected and I won't be exposing myself to them if I can help it, that's for sure.
10-26-12  09:14pm

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anyonebutme (14) There are other ways that malware can screw things up.

For example, DDF has a bar at the top with interactions with google plus, facebook, & twitter, it is possible to have malware on your own computer that is redirecting DNS lookups on those popular domains to alternate sites.

Part of my daily job is cleaning viruses off computers, no anti-virus software is perfect. I clean up nasty virus that get on computers that are running Norton Anti-Virus, McAfee, Microsoft Security Essentials, Kaspersky, NOD32, Avast, AVG, the list goes on.

No anti-virus software is perfect, especially when it comes to rootkits which can be very nasty and very evasive. Rootkits often cause very strange things to happen while browsing the web.

In other words, be cautious browsing the web, but also make sure to inspect your own computer thoroughly when anything shows up.

And often double-check your Adobe flash & reader software, and java software, are updated to the current versions. Java especially has been where I've seen most recent malware get in.

10-28-12  07:00pm

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slutty (111) I'd guess it is most likely Norton that is at fault, I use Norton on my girlfriend's computer and get false warnings all the time, even for normal sites like CNN. Good that you let us all know, hopefully it is just a false positive.
10-28-12  07:56pm

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PinkPanther (44) REPLY TO #5 - slutty :

It's always possible that they were false positives. Having had my previous computer infected multiple times, I take the warnings seriously, and given what I have heard from computer techs, I tend to believe that the findings are accurate, so I act accordingly and warn other people that might be similarly exposed so they can make decisions to protect themselves.
10-29-12  11:52pm

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