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Welcome to nginx, 404, 400 and bad requests errors on PCs and IPAD


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#1 crouge

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Posted 09 October 2014 - 05:13 AM

Dear 

 

First of all, I'm french and my english is not very good so sorry for that.

 

I contact you to get help to resolve welcome to nginx infection. Before this post, I looked at numbers of forums discussions and tried lot of thinks but I don't succeed to remove this virus.

 

I have two computers (one with Windows 7, One with Windows 8 and one IPAD 1). I use a Dlink modem and an Asus router AC-RT66U.

All the devises (pcs and ipad) seems to have been infected yesterday

 

Problem : When i tried to access websites (google, yahoo, ...), i get blank page with "welcome to nginx!" message; 404 errors, bad request errors or time out errors

I get these errors on pcs and on ipad independently of the navigator firefox, google chrome or safari (i don't use IE at all)

and the problems seems to become worst and worst now

 

I tried malwarebytes, spyhunter, adwcleaner, tdsskiller and roguekiller but nothing worked

tdsskiller indicates no threats found

malwarebytes indicates no malicious malwares

...

I didn't see something wrong on hijackthis log but I 'm not a specialist.

I really don't understand how 3 very different devises could be infected at the same time

 

Thanks in advance for your help

 

Regards

Chris

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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