website infection

Discussion in 'Computer Security' started by jopa66, Sep 8, 2004.

  1. jopa66

    jopa66 Guest

    In helping a client to remove malware from their system, I discovered a
    website that tries to install a trojan (Trojan.ByteVerify) each time it is
    visited. I have sent e-mail to the hosting company of this site three days
    ago. I have not received a reply and the site is still actively trying to
    infect user's computers. Is this something which should be reported and if
    so, does anyone know where I can report this website?

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    ~john aka: jopa
    jopa66, Sep 8, 2004
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