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Just now, when I log in using chrome, it gives me this warning re some malware detected and that I am to proceed at my own risk. FWIW....
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    [SOLVED] MALWARE Detected


    Just now, when I log in using chrome, it gives me this warning re some malware detected and that I am to proceed at my own risk.

    FWIW.
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    Yes, we are aware of it and it's already being investigated.

    Thanks for the feedback!
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    It might be Chrome related only. Try another browser and see if you still get the warning.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nujinini View Post
    Just now, when I log in using chrome, it gives me this warning re some malware detected and that I am to proceed at my own risk.

    FWIW.
    Can you confirm if you're still having this issue?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by MatthewGx View Post
    Can you confirm if you're still having this issue?

    Thanks
    Yes! Just now I used chrome to login and it gave me the same warning.

    It would show the page of LF for about a second or two then the warning takes over the screen.

    Firefox however is ok I'm using it now in fact.
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    Hope I can help: In Vista, firefox 3.6.15 without Adblock PlusI didn't get anything, but with Chrome 9.0.597.107, no blockers or addons, I had an alert from my AV software and nujinini's popup, the AV alert is shown in the attachment if it'll be of any help whatsoever..
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    Thanks! It must not do this for Linux chrome. We're working on this still. Thanks

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    NO more malware warnings...

    I tried it in Chrome all in Mint 7, Ubuntu 9.1, and x-pee...which I am now using.

    thank you!

    EDIT: Darn! When I was about to browser another warning popped up again, I accidentally closed it but it said something about an SSL not secure blah blah blah. I will post the screenshot as soon as it shows again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nujinini View Post
    NO more malware warnings...

    I tried it in Chrome all in Mint 7, Ubuntu 9.1, and x-pee...which I am now using.

    thank you!

    EDIT: Darn! When I was about to browser another warning popped up again, I accidentally closed it but it said something about an SSL not secure blah blah blah. I will post the screenshot as soon as it shows again.
    Thanks! It should be removed... sounds like your issue is another one (unless I misunderstood). We're just waiting for Google to take note that we cleaned it up.

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    Crap, another

    We've got another!

    I was just testing Opera in Vista, tested with Chrome, and got a warning from my AV before anything else could catch it, (like mine above) with the site wins.1dollarclick.com/news/2008

    I'm sure you're probably now just thinking "Jeez, not again."

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