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    Flash clickjacking again?

    When I click a flash banner, i was redirected to the site:

    www(dot)winfixscanner1(dot)com

    In this site appears a message alerting me about my computer vulnerabilty and urging me to download a software to fix it.

    Waw!

    I use internet explorer 8, windows xp service pack 3, flash player 10,0,32,18, kaspersky antivirus 7.0.1.325


    Some banners ALSO redirect to the sites:

    www(dot)winfixscanner1(dot)com
    www(dot)winfixscanner2(dot)com
    www(dot)winfixscanner8(dot)com
    www(dot)cnn2-read(dot)com

    But the redirection occurs randomly... Not always with the same banner. No always with the same site.

    I run a scan in my computer with kaspersky antivirus 7.0.1.325. Found Nothing.

    I run a scan in my computer with Spybot search and destroy. Found Nothing.

    I run a scan in my computer with Hijack This. Found Nothing.

    I run a scan in my computer with microsoft malicious software removal tool. Found Nothing.

    Whats going on?


    I google for:

    www(dot)winfixscanner1(dot)com

    and appears software to remove this malware, but sofware published by unknown publishers...

    Nor Symantec, nor mcaffe, nor kaspersky has any information about www(dot)winfixscanner1(dot)com

    it is a new malawere?

    It is my computer infected?

    Or it is a new version of Flash clickjacking again?

    Thank you for any information.
    Last edited by albegago; 09-21-2009 at 02:45 PM. Reason: make a precision

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    Its not a flash trouble.

    Its seems its a Server-Wide Meta Redirects.

    More info about this virus is available here:

    http://blog.unmaskparasites.com/2009...eta-redirects/

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