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The newest threat to watch out for is called IFRAME. This new virus/threat can actually come in through clicking on IFRAME sites in website searches. Searching for and clicking on a rogue version of ABCNews.com, USAToday.com,News.com or Target.com (these are just a few) will lead to “IFRAME” sites. These “IFRAME” sites will forward your PC to “rogue” sites that advertise fake anti-spyware software loaded with malware (a combination of spyware and virus). Symantec rates this as a medium risk attack and Google is doing its best to actively filter out these rogue search results. A search of ABCNews.com may show IFRAME links such as these:

ABC News Search
How to protect yourself:

1. Don’t click on these IFRAME links if you see them in searches.

2. Make sure your virus software is up to date.

3. Make sure all new Windows updates are installed.

To see a more complete list of IFRAME sites and detailed information go here.

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2 thoughts on “IFRAME Threat

  1. Kavitt S

    hey thats vry informative…

    i myself have fallen for these traps around 2-3 times(genereally looking for cracks and getting infected .exe s)…they are so vicious ..only option left is to format ur C drive and reinstall windows..

    one shud be really vary..

  2. Jaredd

    Thanks for the comment Kavitt. You’re absolutely right. These things can be vicious and could cause someone to lose plenty of valuable information.

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