Whenever I browse to PayPal or Ebay and attempt to login (No, I am not clicking from a phishing email link) I get what appears to be a hijack page immediately after entering my user name and password. Below is what the headline reads and the page also has data entry for name, addresss, PIN, Credit card number, mothers maiden, etc. Basically, all of the stuff you would never provide.
Attention !!! Secure form
We have noticed an increasing fraudulent activity recently. In order to provide your security and protect you from fraudsters we have introduced a new system of identification that will help us to avoid any kind of fraud or unauthorised access.
================It does appear to be on a secure site. Here is the URL in the IE browser when the suspect page appears on PayPal.https://www.paypal.com/us/cgi-bin/webscr?cm...65d984db31b77c2The webpage below claims it is a DLL that attaches itself to IE and is not detectable by antivirus programs. http://www.activeboard.com/forum.spark?for...p;commentPage=0When I try to use Firefox to browse to PayPal the site gives me an error message.
Sorry — your last action could not be completed
If you were making a purchase or sending money, we recommend that you check both your PayPal account and your email for a transaction confirmation during the next day.
If you came to this page from another website, please return to that site (don't use your browser's Back button) and restart your activity.
If you came from PayPal's website, click the PayPal logo in the upper-left corner to return to our home page and restart your activity. You might have to log in again.
======================Another use of this forum posted the same issue: http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/157528/we-have-noticed-an-increasing-fraudulent-activity-recently/
I have run several virus programs but to no avail.
Help is appreciated.