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Network trojan infection?

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#1 erinscot


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Posted 20 April 2012 - 07:31 PM

I have an issue I have not seen discussed. It would appear that any computer that accesses my network, wired or wireless, can not access one particular website. All other websites appear normal, but this one site is forwarded to a questionable site, and MSE pops up with a trojan js/iframe.rev warning. If I use my ipad to access the site through the network, it goes to the bad site, but if I access said website through the 3G connection, it appears normal. Other computers on other networks can access the site fine. So, what gives?

I have a netgear n600 router with attached network drive.

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