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Does anyone know any websites with a virus?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by gorang, Jun 13, 2010.

  1. gorang

    gorang Elite Member

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    Where can I find some dangerous websites? Websites with real nasties on?
     
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    wow dude have u tried google. there are a lot of them. better search terms are the names of the nasties you are looking for;). sites come up straight with those terms
     
  3. pipey

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    it's impossible to become infeceted though visiting a website, you must download/open the virus first, there are ways of forcing users to do this, if you remember the google chrome exploit, which allowed people to use javascript to force users of chrome to download and run .exe files.
     
  4. Henrik

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    To O.P, Download malwarebytes, activate live protection and run scrapebox, it will tell you all the websites/IPs that have viruses and trojans.

    And to the one claiming that it's impossible to get viruses if you don't download anything. Try running the same scrapebox run WITHOUT any protection and do a scan afterwards and see all the trojans and malware you get...
     
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    i caught a virus last week just by looking for some wiring info on a cadillac. i did not download anything. then, i think they used my ftp client to get into 3 of my websites and infect them with javascript. working on fixing it now. sucks!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    gorang Elite Member

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    I want a website that is not indexed in google due to it having a virus or something else really nasty that will get it deindexed.
     
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    Why the hell does you want such website?
     
  10. darshan1994

    darshan1994 BANNED BANNED

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    there are exploits in all browsers so dont think you always have to download. Sometimes you can just visit site and it will download without you knowing. As well as this sometimes those sites with java apps have it, if you press run it will download and run the virus.
     
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    Got selectively scammed by a website and I can't do anything about it except get him deindexed by Google. i warned him I would so now i'm doing the damage as much as I can.

    The question "how do you get a site deindexed" has come up quite a lot and I don't think anyone has made such a thread so i'm 50/50 if i should start it. I think the big question is "can you do it through backlinks" and i think you can, to an extent.
     
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    I highly doubt it. If he has adsense you can click his ads till he get banned though.
     
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    By the looks of it the virus you got was html : framer. AVG is the best to block it. Change the password of your hosting accounts or they will put in the javascript again
     
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    There is the java drive by method of installing nasties which only requires a click on a pop up prompt, you dont have to download and then install because its automatic. Although I am sure there are some sites that take advantage of exploits, I think there are few that can install anything with out at least one click from the user.
     
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    you can go to most any crack sites here are a few
    newcracks.net — Newcracks offers a variety of annoyances such as third-party cookies, adware/spyware, browser exploits - not to mention a plethora of trojans in the downloads.

    cracklooker.com — Cracklooker in itself isn't a direct threat; however, they don't host any cracks themselves, and search queries will direct users to sites that should be avoided.

    astalavista.ms (or any ‘astalavista' domain or variant thereof) — Same as above. Searching on Astalavista will display results from sites that should not be visited. Best to avoid. Other Astalavista domains are even more dangerous.

    crack.ms — Browser exploits and hijacks, popups, trojans, backdoors - you name it, it's here.


    thebugs.ws — Contains some very harmful affiliate links.

    needcrack.us — McAfee says, "When we browsed this site, we found direct links to an address that made unauthorized changes to our test PC." Marvelous.

    cracksearchengine.net — Not a direct threat (it's a crack meta-search site) that aggregates search queries from less reputable sites. Clicking on search results can be harmful.

    anycracks.com — Makes unauthorized changes to the PC. Marked as an ‘exploit server'.

    mscracks.com — The works! Ad popups, browser hijacking, trojans in the files and bad affiliate links.

    keygen.in — Same as above.

    Dailykeys.com — Bad affiliate links and files are purposely infected with trojans/virii.

    bestserials.com — Even Google confirms that "this site may harm your computer".

    crackfound.com — Ad popups and bad external links.

    cracks4u.com — Affiliate links are on the bad list. Trojans and other malware are purposely added to the crack files. Avoid!

    getcracks.com — Same as above.

    keygen.ms — This site itself is harmless (aside from some popups); however, the actual crack files are linked on unscrupulous sites whereby an entire gamut of problems can arise.

    crackhell.com — Their in-site search links to warezdownloads.com (not a good sign), and most of the affiliate links (which take up the better part of the homepage) should be avoided.

    crackspider.net — Does not host any files - search results include those "Oem software" scams, or crack download links to abominable sites such as mscracks.com. Avoid.

    crackzplanet (net/com) — Malicious executables are commonplace among the available cracks.


    asta-killer.com — Categorized as an ‘exploit server' with active threats.