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Any way around "JS/Adware.Agent.AC application" infected websites?


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I've been trying to use a website that ESET Internet Security has started blocking since August 30th. ESET says "Threat: JS/Adware.Agent.AC application" which from what I've read on other forum posts, seems to be due to a website using ExoClick ads. I figured that blocking ads with AdBlocker would solve the problem and let me access the site, but I still can't access it. Is there a way I can block whatever it is on that website that ESET has a problem with so I can access it again? No idea if the website's admin will ever fix the issue.

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I was using uBlock Origin previously, but it didn't seem to help. Site seems to work now, so it seems like something has been changed that has corrected whatever the problem NOD32 was having.

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1 hour ago, billyboy12 said:

I was using uBlock Origin previously, but it didn't seem to help.

The only thing FireFox-wise that would stop it would be "noscript" option which of course would block all web site script execution.

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On 9/9/2018 at 9:44 AM, billyboy12 said:

I was using uBlock Origin previously, but it didn't seem to help. Site seems to work now, so it seems like something has been changed that has corrected whatever the problem NOD32 was having.

Try uBlock with dynamic filtering. And try to block the ads on all websites.

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