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Receiving HTML/Refresh.BC trojan for local app development


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I'm trying to debug a web application that I inherited. The site has a login-as feature to allow admins to impersonate users. When I try to exercise the functionality locally to debug an issue, the redirect is blocked with ESET indicating an "HTML/Refresh.BC trojan" threat. How do I work around this? The functionality is not flagged as a threat on the published server instances.

 

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Probably you have Level3 Search hijacker on the system and requests to non-existing websites are redirected to Level3 Search. Try using Google DNS servers 8.8.8.8 or 8.8.4.4. See https://apple.stackexchange.com/questions/240000/non-existing-urls-redirect-to-searchguide-level-3-in-safari for instance.

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