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#1 Jillbodeen

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Posted 17 February 2012 - 08:47 PM

My anti virus blocked something called Exploit-IframeBO. What exactly is this? I had to go to tech support for my McAfee because my quarantine section of the program, I was unable to view it. There were so many blocked items I lost count. The tech guy, who was very helpful, deleted them. I suspect I got them from Paltalk Scene instant messenger, so I quit using that piece of junk. Wonder what type of issues this particular trojan causes. Thanks.

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Posted 17 February 2012 - 09:00 PM

According to this article: http://blog.zonealarm.com/2009/11/new-summoner-browser-exploit-how-to-stop-it.html

causes IE to exit into a vulnerable state where malicious code can execute. That malicious code can be just about anything: spyware, viruses, you name it.


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