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Malware detection by Bing Webmaster


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#1 barryace

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Posted 08 April 2015 - 02:09 PM

Today Bing Webmaster alerted me to URLs infected with malware on a website I manage with the references as 

 

URL TYPE ADDITIONAL DETAILS LAST SCANNED LAST DETECTED http://lightpixiestudio.com/giant-arrows-across-america Malware reference found on the page Malware Network Referenceinfo.png 3/30/2015 3/30/2015 http://lightpixiestudio.com/car-crazy-for-carhenge Malware reference found on the page Malware Network Referenceinfo.png 3/24/2015 3/24/2015 http://lightpixiestudio.com/grand-teton Malware reference found on the page Malware Network Referenceinfo.png 3/21/2015 3/21/2015 http://lightpixiestudio.com/fairchild-tropical-botanic-garden-miami-florida Malware reference found on the page Malware Network Referenceinfo.png 3/21/2015 3/21/2015 http://lightpixiestudio.com/star-valley-afton-wyoming Malware reference found on the page Malware Network Referenceinfo.png 3/21/2015 3/21/2015

 

 

and the Malware Network Reference as: "Reference to known malware distribution network detected. This could be via inclusion of an iframe or frame tag, an embedded object, or a script tag."

 

I found a similar topic here from last summer with a successful outcome, but as it's many months old, I'm reluctant to blindly follow those instructions. Also it's unclear to me how adware and malware maintenance on my desktop fixes anything on a WP website served by GoDaddy. FYI: I constantly scan my computer with Windows Security Essentials, Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Premium, and CCleaner Professional. The website has the latest Word Fence on and monitoring, ditto Stop Spammers and neither reports any problem. All software on computer and the website is auto updated and checked weekly by me. This is the first time I've had any malware or adware alert of this kind, and not sure how to proceed. Hopeful you can advise, thanks.


Edited by barryace, 08 April 2015 - 02:15 PM.


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