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How Do You Iframe And Not Get Kaspersky Warning

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ajonline, Feb 2, 2010.

  1. ajonline

    ajonline Newbie

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    I am wondering if anyone knows how to have a iframe and not get a trojan warning from Kaspersky or other virus scanners. If you do use a iframe on the site you will always get a warning from a virus scanner that it is a trojan. I am wondering if there is anyway around this. Let me know. Thanks

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  2. AlphaTwin

    AlphaTwin Registered Member

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    Why would an antivirus program warn about iframes? I've never heard that before... Are you using mpack, icepack or something like that in the iframe?
    Or is the iframe URL a blacklisted website? If you have a whitehat site with an iframe to google, does Kaspersky really give you a warning?

    Remember that even Adwords are in iframes - they are used a lot on the internet. Giving warnings doesn't make sense
     
  3. ajonline

    ajonline Newbie

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    I was just iframing some sites of mine and I got the warning The requested object is INFECTED with the following viruses:http://www.viruslist.com/en/search?VN=HEUR:Trojan.Script.Iframer
     
  4. Dangazzm

    Dangazzm Regular Member

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    Weird, I only made one Iframe to see how it worked but... mine loaded up no problems, I loaded a whole bunch of sites and everything and never got a warning like that... I mean it sounds like they are warning that content is in an Iframe and may not be the site you originally wanted... which would make sense but calling it a trojan, thats just insane!
     
  5. SHOwnsYou

    SHOwnsYou Registered Member

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    Surely not -- Adsense and Yahoo ad blocks are iframes. Kaspersky would give warnings about most sites you visit...