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 on: March 20, 2017, 02:43:51 PM 
Started by hayc59 - Last post by hayc59
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 on: March 18, 2017, 01:03:00 PM 
Started by hayc59 - Last post by hayc59
Firefox 52.0.1 Released
Released: March 19 2017


Whats New
Various security fixes

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 on: March 14, 2017, 11:14:09 AM 
Started by hayc59 - Last post by hayc59
CCleaner v5.28.6005 Released
14 March 2017

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 on: February 16, 2017, 12:28:22 PM 
Started by hayc59 - Last post by hayc59
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 on: February 12, 2017, 02:38:25 PM 
Started by Maddoktor2 - Last post by Corrine
Hi, Android 8888. 

Unfortunately, the private site for submitting applications to the ASAP Council for review was never restored and there is no way to contact the Council members since the "membership" was only available from that site.

You are a member of UNITE so have those "credentials" to add to your completion of training at SWI.

Based on the inability to review applicants for ASAP, this thread will be closed.

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 on: February 12, 2017, 07:23:17 AM 
Started by Maddoktor2 - Last post by Android 8888
Dear ASAP Council,

My name is Android 8888 and I am applying to be a member of ASAP.


Application for Individual ASAP Membership
  • URL of site(s) where help is provided: SpywareInfo Forum

  • Nickname/alias used: Android 8888

  • Position/title at site(s): Helper

  • Provide the nicknames/alias of the individuals who agreed to provide recommendations

    1. Rocket Grannie (SWI Administrator)
    2. Budfred (SWI Administrator)
    3. TheJoker (SWI Boot Camp Moderator)

  • Do you agree to the ASAP Charter? Yes
  • Additional information requested only from Applicants who provide assistance in log analysis/malware removal

    The name and location (URL) of the school(s) where trained
    SpywareInfo Forum
    http://www.spywareinfoforum.com/

    Link to profile: Android 8888

Thank you.

Android 8888

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 on: February 10, 2017, 05:16:58 PM 
Started by Android 8888 - Last post by Android 8888
Hello everyone.  Smiley

I am Portuguese and I'm a great enthusiast in IT and computers. Since I discovered and became a member of SpywareInfo forum in April 2013, I acquired a great interest and enthusiasm in learning to help users get rid of malware.

Over the last three years I have devoted many hours to study and learn the techniques of removing malware from computers with Windows OS and today I am a proud Helper at SWI forum. Of course all this would not have been possible without the excellent teachers such as Rocket Grannie, cnm, TheJoker, Budfred, screen317, nasdaq, among others.

I am also a member of UNITE and of the Malwarebytes forum.

A big thank you to all who make possible the existence of these forums in the fight against malware.  thumbsup

Android8888

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 on: January 22, 2016, 12:09:24 PM 
Started by Maddoktor2 - Last post by Juisterr
Hello Corrine,

You're welcome!  Smiley

 thumbsup
Still the same at the moment.

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 on: January 03, 2016, 11:42:02 AM 
Started by amyrose33 - Last post by amyrose33
I just discovered that when I remember to use 'Site:' in my Google-pharmacy search, the hacked pages show up, NOT when I forget to use 'Site:'.  It's possible that the hacked pages never did actually disappear.

Upon Deeper Investigation:

Using https://aw-snap.info/file-viewer (with User Agent, Googlebot), the first of the pharmacy search results, 'http://****.org/ydhu-watch arjuna online' gives a "404 Not Found" result.

One of results, 'http://www.****.org/?page%3Abuy-online-steinberg-cubase-5%26page_id%3D4353&usg=AFQjCNHCzTsITLDmMWakqwOrrxPPbyBUWA&bvm=bv.110151844,d.eWE' gives a response of: "200 OK", "Set-Cookie: 864854e11328f635937114a993643a94=-; path=/", and "Content after the < /html> tag should be considered suspicious. < !-- 1451837145 --> "

Giving the fully decoded url of 'http://www.****.org/?page:buy-online-steinberg-cubase-5&page_id=4353&usg=AFQjCNHCzTsITLDmMWakqwOrrxPPbyBUWA&bvm=bv.110151844,d.eWE', the result is "410 Gone".

Using that decoded weblink with https://aw-snap.info/base64-decoder/ outputs:
1:  hxxp://****.org/?page:buy-online-steinberg-cubase-5
2:  AFQjCNHCzTsITLDmMWakqwOrrxPPbyBUWA

I still don't know the rules about including one's url; I did not see any on the forum pages that I visited.  Are one's urls only for PM's?

With much appreciation,
Amy

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 on: December 29, 2015, 01:24:43 PM 
Started by amyrose33 - Last post by amyrose33
Hi,

I read, "ASAP ensures that quality support and assistance will be freely available"  That's super fabulous, tremendously generous - because I need HELP!!!!!

I am a novice who has been tasked with migrating a site from Joomla 1.0.15 to Joomla 3.x.  I know; I know.  This site belongs to a highly regarded non-profit, who has and does help homeowners who have received inferior (sometimes unlivable homes) from unscrupulous builders / contractors.  I am having trouble migrating the site, but constant hacking assaults keep forcing me to take 2 steps back for every one forward. 

Google (Webmaster Tools) has notified me that we are hacked AGAIN.  This time the hack is different.  Google called it, url-injection (examples below).  In the past, I was always able to find the infected FILES.  I'm not having any luck this time, even though I've researched online for two weeks, now.

I read that I can protect the site with htaccess entries such as:
RewriteEngine On
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_METHOD} GET
RewriteCond %{QUERY_STRING} ^page\: [NC]
​​RewriteRule .* - [L,G]

On the flip side, I read that "Using .htaccess files slows down your Apache http server.";  AND in the first trial (content above) the Google results disappeared for awhile, but now they show up again when I do a search for: 'site:****.org pharmacy'

Examples of hack:  (I'm new to this forum & don't know the policy about links.)
http://www.****.org/?aciclovir-costco-otau&Id=890&aciclovir
http://www.****.org/?alli-ebay-uk-otau&Id=2127&alli

I did (stupidly, but I think my comp did not catch anything) open the two pages above, and looked at the source-code.  The hackers injected their url into the 'top of page' link and our PayPal module.  I have removed the 2 PayPal files (php & xml) for the time being.  I plan to update that code with prepared statements (having a little trouble).

How do I find (or debug) all the injected script?  How do I clean it?

With much appreciation,
Amy

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