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Norton 360 Detecting Intrusion Attempt

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#1 pepsican


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Posted 18 October 2010 - 09:47 PM

As the title states, intrusions attempts have been detecting by Norton 360. Even though I paid good money for a license for 3 computers, I do not necessarily trust Norton. There are two computers allowed access to my wireless internet. I would like to verify both computers are safe and would appreciate assistance beginning with my main computer (the one my bank account is accessed through as well as any purchases via internet).

Intrusion Protection: HTTP Malicious Toolkit Variant 13

Attacker URL: noitalterm.com/ff/index.php?s=IBBJM which was destined for internet explorer.

Because I frequent facebook, I am hoping for confirmation that my system is clean.

OS is Windows 7.... how can I get the process started? Thanks!

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#2 Michael York

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Posted 19 October 2010 - 03:24 PM


This is Mike from the Norton Support Team.

This message indicates that Norton 360 is doing it's job by protecting your computer against a threat. To verify that your computers do not have any infections, complete a Full System Scan with Norton 360 on all of your computers. If any intrusion attempts or threats are found, Norton 360 wil notify you. You may also want to try using an alternative browser to IE for better security.

Michael York
Norton Authorized Support Team
Symantec Corporation

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