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Old 23rd March 2010, 07:21 AM
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IDN.BZ get blocked by untivirus again

Anyone else is getting the phishing message on the site? my unti-virus detects 2 threats and blocks access to the site. I am using AVG untivirus and Mozilla to access the site.

Chrome opens the full site even after virus detection.

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Old 23rd March 2010, 09:35 AM
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Re: IDN.BZ get blocked by untivirus again

Yeah, for the very 1st time, AVG gave me warnings about IDN.bz once opened that it's got a virus. Is there really a virus on the site???
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Old 23rd March 2010, 11:02 AM
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Re: IDN.BZ get blocked by untivirus again

Same here. Here's an idea. Don't use it. Never did me any harm
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Old 23rd March 2010, 02:56 PM
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Re: IDN.BZ get blocked by untivirus again

Oh, no, NOT AGAIN. I have explained this over and over. Ok, I will remvove the encoded part. You should use better AV like NOD32.
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Old 23rd March 2010, 03:07 PM
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Re: IDN.BZ get blocked by untivirus again

Encoded part removed. I have even explained how to decode the encoded part so that you all could see what was there. It's only a complex Javascript code to hide affiliate links making them look like normal links.
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Re: IDN.BZ get blocked by untivirus again

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You should use better AV like NOD32.
Avast doesn't give a shit.
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Old 23rd March 2010, 04:40 PM
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Re: IDN.BZ get blocked by untivirus again

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Encoded part removed. I have even explained how to decode the encoded part so that you all could see what was there. It's only a complex Javascript code to hide affiliate links making them look like normal links.
Jose, i can change the untivirus at home but at work its corporate.
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Old 23rd March 2010, 07:18 PM
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Re: IDN.BZ get blocked by untivirus again

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Encoded part removed. I have even explained how to decode the encoded part so that you all could see what was there. It's only a complex Javascript code to hide affiliate links making them look like normal links.
You don't seem to get it. You can't explain to every potential visitor to your website that their anti-virus software is "wrong". Accept you are doing something very very non-standard, and change it.

But to be honest with you, I don't even agree with making affiliate links look like normal links. If someone is profiting from an outgoing link on their site, too right I want to know about it. Its called "disclosure".
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You don't seem to get it. You can't explain to every potential visitor to your website that their anti-virus software is "wrong". Accept you are doing something very very non-standard, and change it.

But to be honest with you, I don't even agree with making affiliate links look like normal links. If someone is profiting from an outgoing link on their site, too right I want to know about it. Its called "disclosure".
Yes, I agree it might draw away some visitors. I was explaining to my fellow mates where, as I think they deserved an explanation.

Everyone disguise links, from John Chow to John Doe, if you don't, no one clicks them. People gives themselves the trouble to copy paste and remove the affiliate part of the link. What makes people do that? Envy?
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Yes, I agree it might draw away some visitors. I was explaining to my fellow mates where, as I think they deserved an explanation.

Everyone disguise links, from John Chow to John Doe, if you don't, no one clicks them. People gives themselves the trouble to copy paste and remove the affiliate part of the link. What makes people do that? Envy?
The answer is very simple then. Disguise links like John Chow and John Doe do, not like you do
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