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#1 Rebel1201


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Posted 07 April 2008 - 10:08 PM

I am new to this forum but need help fast!!! Hope this is not the wrong forum to post but I need answers fast.
I did up a web page for our Softball organization. Today I received a call from a couple of people saying that as soon as they enter the page they get all these virus and trojan alerts. When I enter the page from my computer no such things pop up. Unfortunately these people can't remember what exactly pops up. One of them did write down one trojan which is:

Now I am in a prdicament of having to take the page down because I do not want people to get infected. This is a busy time for us since softball is starting and this is our only way of letting people know of sign ups, clinics and all.

My question: How is this possible? Our web server is Readyhosting and that is where all the files are located. Did this infection stem from my computer??? Did I upload this when I uploaded all the files??? Please help!

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

And I apologize if I am in the wrong forum.

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