My Norton is working overtime. I had an attempted attack this morning while viewing one of my hubs from "worler."
Now I just got hit with mld1.co.cc. I give up. I'm not reading, editing or hopping any more hubs until the team says they've got the problem solved. And judging by the number of people who had attacks blocked by their antivirus programs, I would suggest the rest of you do the same.
Attacker URL: mld1.co.cc/index.php?tp=790372c292fded4
Destination address: mld1.co.cc (184.108.40.206, 80)
This kind of thing happens from time to time. I went through this last year with one of my blogs, a new advertiser on my site was infected with a trojan. Of course my site was immediately flagged as unsafe and it took about 24 hours to get the flag removed after I had removed the offending advertiser.
I've had a couple too.
Doesn't bode well does it? Visitors get a malware attack and the ability to block the site from search results?
Same sort of thing happened at Squidoo. It's probably one of the advertisers who has either been infected or they're being naughty.
I had these a few times today as well. It is concerning, but my anti-virus is doing what I paid for.
lol, lrohner you need to get past those Kroger ads. They are not responsible for all of the world's ills.
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