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    Norton Symantec one of the Internet security company has come up with the list of websites, which could infect your computer with malware. The following infected sites had on average 18,000 threats and 40 per cent of the sites had more than 20,000 threats, while 75 per cent of websites on the list were found to be spreading malware for over six months.

    Here are the few dirtiest websites exposed by Norton:

    17ebook.com

    aladel.net

    bpwhamburgorchardpark.org

    clicnews.com

    dfwdiesel.net

    divineenterprises.net

    fantasticfilms.ru

    gardensrestaurantandcatering.com

    ginedis.com

    gncr.org

    hdvideoforums.org

    hihanin.com

    kingfamilyphotoalbum.com

    likaraoke.com

    mactep.org

    magic4you.nu

    marbling.pe.kr

    nacjalneg.info

    pronline.ru

    purplehoodie.com

    qsng.cn

    seksburada.net

    sportsmansclub.net

    stock888.cn

    tathli.com

    teamclouds.com

    texaswhitetailfever.com

    wadefamilytree.org

    xnescat.info

    yt118.com

    Don't open any of these websites, it will damage your computer.
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  • #2
    Thank you for the list provided. It is certainly very dangerous to visit these kind of websites as these websites can cause serious harm to your website which will definitely effect all the data on your computer.
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    • #3
      Jan, I have seen many websites with similar error " This web site at XXXXX has been reported as an attack site and has been blocked based on your security preferences. " usually even if your website gets infected with Iframe injection you will get such warning message, hence its always better to host your website on secure server. Avoid surfing such infected websites and be safe & secure !!!
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      • #4
        Why do people even do this? I get frequent emails from banks asking me to verify or w/e and its just reported as forgery. The last one I had was from Alliance-leicester just yesterday.

        Is it just me that gets these or others? I'm using hotmail.

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        • #5
          Thanks for the list. Some sites listed there sound quite normal actually. Some names really weird though. I guess we have to be more careful before clicking some unknown sites? This list is useful for future use.

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          • #6
            Jan, good to see you have not posted the complete url's or else I'd have accidentally clicked on one of them.
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            • #7
              It's weird coz I've visited 5 of these websites and they seem to do nothing, Kaspersky IS blocks the website, Also ISA TMG blocks it on client computers but when I test it on a free antivirus computer it does nothing.

              some of them pop username and password box and other shows a blank page. I have cleaned all my TIF folder, cookies and didn't notice any new files.

              I would like to know what do these websites do exactly? Do they establish a connection with another site and then download ? or download straight after you visit?

              What are the infections/viruses/worms do they include?

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              • #8
                Originally posted by moh10ly View Post
                It's weird coz I've visited 5 of these websites and they seem to do nothing, Kaspersky IS blocks the website, Also ISA TMG blocks it on client computers but when I test it on a free antivirus computer it does nothing.

                some of them pop username and password box and other shows a blank page. I have cleaned all my TIF folder, cookies and didn't notice any new files.

                I would like to know what do these websites do exactly? Do they establish a connection with another site and then download ? or download straight after you visit?

                What are the infections/viruses/worms do they include?
                It will depend on the site itself as to what happens. But I can assure you if a large company like Symantec is stating that a particular website is harmful it most likely will be. They also have a Threats Explorer that details the latest viruses, worms and Trojans that have been detected by Symantec: Threat Explorer - Spyware and Adware, Dialers, Hack tools, Hoaxes and other risks. I'm sure other companies have sections of their site like this, but I state Symantec specifically since we're talking about Symantec.
                Regards,
                Ben Stones


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                • #9
                  Yeah, I agree, it is most definitely not advisable to visit these sites.

                  Thanks for the list. More than 20,000 threats on some of them?... Jeeze, they are really infested! .

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