I received a warning from Google ......

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I was using Safari and got a warning when I visited a URL.

I tried with Chrome and got a similar warning, viz:-

http://i36.tinypic.com/347wjld.jpg

Just wondering if anyone else has experienced anything untoward at
xxx.uncoached.com ?

Here is some extra info provided by Google:

http://google.com/safebrowsing/diagnostic?tpl=safari&site=www.uncoached.com&hl=en-us

--
Dave

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This part is interesting:

"Just visiting a site that hosts malware can infect your computer". I
suspect that ASCII will find that it *cannot* infect *his* computer -
thus making that statement blatantly false.

Perhaps they meant "may" instead of "can" - what do you think?

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I have never experienced an exploit at a site, but in lieu of finding
some exploitable software these malware servers that you get routed to
can also serve human nature exploits. The human nature exploits are
obvious and would IMO constitute an *experience*. However, I'm not too
sure a user would even notice when such a site is able to exploit
software. A user may not *experience* any untoward behavior at a
compromised site or at the actual malware server site.

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http://google.com/safebrowsing/diagnostic?tpl=safari&site=www.uncoached.com&hl=en-us

Hmmm - here they say *may* infect... I suppose that that means that the
two words mean exactly the same thing now. :o\



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FromTheRafters wrote:
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Maybe they did!

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Exactly so! Here's a copy of email correspondence for digestion!

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On 7 Aug 2010, at 17:30, CoyoteV responded with:

Not interested.


----- Original Message -----
From: David Bxxxxxx
To: CoyoteV (Mark)
Sent: Saturday, August 07, 2010 8:00 AM
Subject: Your phpBB

I have never had an axe to grind with you, Mark, so am slightly
uncertain exactly why you have taken your current stance - but accept
that it is your prerogative to say 'no'.

Notwithstanding that, I feel that I should point out a discovery I have
made.

Using the *Google Chrome Browser* I visited your BB and, at this
particular URL received this warning

http://i33.tinypic.com/2573teb.jpg
hxxp://www.mindzon.com/lounge/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=133

You know far more about computing than I ever will. If you experiment
with Google Chrome you will note that if you change *133* to 132 or 134
there is *no* similar warning. It relates simply to the thread started
by Roy C.

Perhaps this matter is of little significance but I'd be interested in
your view.

David B.

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BD

Mark will never let you post there on his site so do not even keep on trying.

You know the story Burn me once ,Shame on me. Burn me twice ,you are gone. And
you
keep showing the same continuously to this day with the exception of scorched -
earth. It will not be long there either..

Banned by Ahuma,Annex,Doganet, 6 other servers. And you do not know why? LOL.
You
are a Troll and a complete idiot

--
Peter

Please Reply to Newsgroup for the benefit of others
Requests for assistance by email can not and will not be acknowledged.
http://www.microsoft.com/protect

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Peter Foldes wrote:
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You know this - *how*?

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You English is terrible. I have no idea what you mean. You are making a
fool of yourself, Peter Foldes.

Btw, why do you say everyone lies to me ..... here:-

http://al.howardknight.net/msgid.cgi?STYPE=msgid&MSGI=%3Ci3ih5h%24kaq%241%40speranza.aioe.org%3E +

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I was particularly interested in the server statistics of
www.dogagent.com - principally because the administrator of same was
(is?) the same 'Li' (Troll Lady) who administers the groups at Annexcafe
(and who monitors what goes on at SE!). Oh yes! - also because most of
time the prime user of the Dogagent server has been ....... CoyoteV!
(Mark B. Hoover).

I find that ..... odd!

Doubly interesting that Mark cares not one jot about his group member,
Roy C, posting a link which invoked the Google 'warning' - something
just doesn't quite ring true!

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~BD~ Edits!

Ooops!

*Your* English is terrible!

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LOL. Your's is also

--
Peter

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Requests for assistance by email can not and will not be acknowledged.
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Peter Foldes wrote:
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There should be *no* apostrophe!

You didn't anwer the questions - try harder, please!


Peter Foldes wrote:
 > BD
 >
 > Mark will never let you post there on his site so do not even keep on
 > trying.

You know this - *how*?

 > You know the story Burn me once ,Shame on me. Burn me twice ,you are
 > gone. And you keep showing the same continuously to this day with the
 > exception of scorched - earth. It will not be long there either..

Your English is terrible. I have no idea what you mean. You are making a
fool of yourself, Peter Foldes.

Btw, why do you say everyone lies to me ..... here:-

http://al.howardknight.net/msgid.cgi?STYPE=msgid&MSGI=%3Ci3ih5h%24kaq%241%40speranza.aioe.org%3E +

I was particularly interested in the server statistics of
www.dogagent.com - principally because the administrator of same was
(is?) the same 'Li' (Troll Lady) who administers the groups at Annexcafe
(and who monitors what goes on at SE!). Oh yes! - also because most of
time the prime user of the Dogagent server has been ....... CoyoteV!
(Mark B. Hoover).

I find that ..... odd!

Doubly interesting that Mark cares not one jot about his group member,
Roy C, posting a link which invoked the Google 'warning' - something
just doesn't quite ring true!

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Perhaps not the post, but something *in* the post warrants an alert.
Some anti-badstuff programs not only scan for malware, but follow found
links to *other* locations and search them too. A posted URL to a photo
hosting site that is "infected" with an iframe to a known malware server
site might get investigated by antimalware/safe surf type programs.

Do you recall the "price of rice in china" post I made a while back? It
turned out that I posted a URL that was currently (or at one time)
leading to malware, a safe surfing browser feature finding that post on
a web based NNTP gateway could make one believe the gateway itself was
infected because the safe browsing feature followed links posted there
to exploits with no teeth.



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FromTheRafters wrote:
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I did indeed visit (or try to) that site and got this:
"The site is currently down for maitenance. It will be back up shortly. Thank
you for your patience"

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They probably have to remove iframes from all of their webpages.



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FromTheRafters wrote:
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That, or some other form of "maitenance" <g>

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:oD



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"~BD~" wrote:

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- - -
$> wget -s h**p://uncoached.com/

HTTP/1.1 200 OK
Date: Sat, 07 Aug 2010 13:58:03 GMT
Server: Apache/2.2.16 (CentOS)
Last-Modified: Thu, 05 Aug 2010 15:29:02 GMT
ETag: "f70c8-63-48d1535b92b80"
Accept-Ranges: bytes
Content-Length: 99
Connection: close
Content-Type: text/html; charset=UTF-8

The site is currently down for maitenance. It will be back up shortly. Thank you
for your patience
- - -

Nothing to warn about there. Perhaps they were compromised and are
cleaning up.



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Ant wrote:
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*Now* you may enjoy the photographs of the luxury yacht!

http://www.uncoached.com/2010/04/06/luxury-yacht /

Fancy a cruise? ;-)

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~BD~ wrote:

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Moving on ..........

At that link, there is an advertisement for working at home which I
followed. I then elected to proceed to
http://myincomeconnection.com/landing-bcv195/ and completed false detail
so that I could watch the video presentation.

I was then asked to complete detailed information on this 'secure' site:-

https://myincomeconnection.com/promobcv195/?lid=745598&ref_id=2002157&fname=Bd&lname=&addr1=&city=&statelookup=&zip=&phone=07974195520&email=BD@hotmail.com&country=UK&sub_id=&publisher=&ref_id=2002157&hid=&click_info=&c=&contractor_id=1 &

OR

http://preview.tinyurl.com/2us8mbl

I've always been led to believe that 'https' (padlocked) sites are safe
to use, but on this occasion I received yet another warning (from the
Browser, I think - Sea Monkey) which said ........

http://i37.tinypic.com/1z2zof5.jpg

I'm simply wondering if there's something not quite bonio fido about
what's going on here.

Thoughts welcomed from the gurus (and others!)

--
Dave - *I* have elected to share this with my pals on scorched-earth!

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On Tue, 10 Aug 2010 15:58:37 +0100, ~BD~ wrote:


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I get this in Opera;
http://i36.tinypic.com/23rwzr4.jpg
which suggests a vulnerability to this;
http://bit.ly/3UY6fS

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Toxic wrote:
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Thank you. After some 'exploration' on Opera, I found the same thing you
showed.

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That is very interesting, but a bit beyond me. It doesn't sound good!

Cheers

Dave

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"~BD~" wrote:

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Why? Don't you know that "work at home" schemes are ripoffs/scams?

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It just means that traffic between you and the site is encrypted but
says nothing about the goodness or badness of the site.

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"You have requested an encrypted page that contains some unencrypted
 info...".

That's true because the video link there is hosted on screencast.com
which is fetched by http rather than https.



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Ant wrote:
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It was just for general interest because I *had* heard that such schemes
are ripoffs/scams! I wanted to see for myself.

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That I /do/ understand! I'm also aware that a key-logger can detect and
store what is being typed on a keyboard *before* such encryption takes
place. That little voice inside my head suggests that if there is a
padlock, the actual site will have been checked more thoroughly - social
engineering, eh?!!!

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Thank you for explaining that. My real concern was that, perhaps,
personal details, including credit card number, might be accessible by
third parties.

Btw, if you had physical access to a Windows machine, is there a simple
check you could carry out to quickly determine if the machine had,
indeed, been compromised? (other than scanning with anti-malware
programmes).

--
Dave - I've learned so much, yet know so little! ;-)


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