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    This is a discussion on potential home page hack within the Speak to the staff forums, part of the Website news category; went and had a look at the skyuser speed tester the same across the top no details only top right ...

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      Re: potential home page hack

      went and had a look at the skyuser speed tester the same across the top no details only top right skyuser cannot move to other parts of the forum


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      Re: potential home page hack

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      went and had a look at the skyuser speed tester the same across the top no details only top right skyuser cannot move to other parts of the forum
      There are two parts to SkyUser.

      If you are on the homepage, then the URL would be skyuser.co.uk

      If you are on the forums or anything to do with the forums then the URL would be skyuser.co.uk/forum

      So if logged in or out can you get to the forums?

      Or if you are logged in can you visit the homepages?




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      Re: potential home page hack

      Server scan has finished, zero issues found.

      Can you take a screenshot of the error message and attach it to this thread?
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      Re: potential home page hack

      Skyuser.co.uk as soon as you are directed to home page Avast cuts

      if you skyuser.co.uk /forums/ you can get on to the forum

      if you click on speed test before you get there Avast cuts in then at speed test top of page blue no directions in right hand corner skyuser if you click on it Avast cuts in

      no If you go to home page Avast cut in and no directions at the top of the page only light blue with right hand corner skyuser

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      Re: potential home page hack

      have not taken a screen shot before have been looking how to but cannot find enough information can you help and tell me what to do

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      Post Re: potential home page hack

      hi guys i use avast i get the same message when browsing to the sky user home page just iframe error abort connection

      File name: Sky User
      malware name : HTML:Iframe-inf
      Malware type: virus/worm
      vps version : 090403,03/04/2009




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      Re: potential home page hack

      Can you empty your cache? And then try again?




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      Re: potential home page hack

      briancst1
      no more alarms from Avast now. could not log on for awhile, but as Brian shows skyuser home page was like that all the time so you could not view the forum unless you put the address in http:// www.skyuser.co.uk/forum/ Have just logged out and back in the only way in is to put forum after the address

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      Re: potential home page hack

      i had the same thing with Google and i was using AVG pro it peed me of so i changed my virus software to Kaspersky Internet Security 2009 and everything is fine now and i haven't had any problems with skyuser pages.


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      Re: potential home page hack

      So far I cannot find the issue - We have however, now changed all our server passwords / FTP and database passwords as a precaution. And we are currently downloading the web pages to compare against our back ups.




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