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Pacifiers "R" Us (Suspected Malware?)

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No such messages here, what browser/AV software are you using? I'm using Firefox 3.0 and Avast! Home Edition.
 
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Hmmm, not familiar with Safari (PC User all the way). Does it generate many false positives?
 

Fire2box

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I got to ask, why would a site that caters to adult baby's have a virus on its site? I can't think of any so I think its safe.
 

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i thought it was unusual. i have been on that site before with no problems
 

NEJay

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I get the same thing. Avast! popped up and said it blocked somethingorother.
 
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Websites that don't have updated software can be hacked into and viruses/malaware can be embedded on that website. If anti-virus gives you a warning you're better off avoiding that particular site until it has its issues resolved. You could also try contacting the webmaster/creator of the website if their e-mail is listen.
 
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You're also better off avoiding Safari. It's a security disaster, as are most other Apple products.
 

NEJay

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You're also better off avoiding Safari. It's a security disaster, as are most other Apple products.
Why don't you just paint a huge bullseye on yourself and get it over with (you're just asking to be proven wrong)? :D
 

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What I really want to know is...why would you post a link?

And get real... Safari is a security disaster, along with every other Mac Product.
 

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And here comes the geeky flame-war the thread wasn't intended for...
 

Nicky

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What I really want to know is...why would you post a link?

And get real... Safari is a security disaster, along with every other Mac Product.
Notice I didn't put it at the beginning of the post? I thought I'd let people decide for themselves.

As far as the Safari bashing and the "I hate Mac" comment.......I made the switch to Mac about 6 months ago. I am convinced this machine is FAR SUPERIOR than any product I've run before it.
 

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Here it comes...

Vista= Suck
7=suck
os x panther is better than anything windows has and it is 3 operating systems old, get real.
 

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Notice I didn't put it at the beginning of the post? I thought I'd let people decide for themselves.

As far as the Safari bashing and the "I hate Mac" comment.......I made the switch to Mac about 6 months ago. I am convinced this machine is FAR SUPERIOR than any product I've run before it.
Go ahead and download Firefox free online, works wonderfully and haven't had any issues with it. And I'm using a Mac as well.

For the website im not getting any warnings on it.
 
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The Reason firefox is the "most vulnerable"

Gee, if you knew what the $&^% you were talking about, you'd have done some more research and found out that the reason Firefox is on that list is because many corporate users install it on their work machines where it is not subject to the corporate patching regime. Therefore vital security updates are not done as often as necessary, therefore leading to security holes. As with most malware out there, it really exploits the ignorance of the users, not the coders or the systems. IMHO 99% of infected systems are due to users or admins not doing the updates (security, AV, etc).

::flame war, engage::
 
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I looked through the source code.

Nothing in that that would attack you.

No .php's, no .pl's, no .cgi's.

Two JS's (One Google Analytics, another handling simple functions)

So unless it's attempting to invisibly attack you with XSS or injecting through other methods like embedding, then there's really nothing there.

Of course, I could be missing something, I'm too lazy to go in depth, I save that for my commissioned projects.
 
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