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I recently recieved a scam email of someone infecting my Internet browser with a trojan virus and wanting bitcoins in exchange of pritivate information not to be leaked. Obversely it a scam, but being parinod I did a full computer scan anyway and incidentally found that I had four HTML/Scrinject.B>trojan virsus. I deleted the cashe and history of my bowser and perfromed another full scan.

\AppData\Local\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\1x2aoikf.default\cache2\entries\2C57D4E8571BBC0E57CAEB1E86B166BF429E08F5 - HTML/ScrInject.B trojan
\AppData\Local\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\1x2aoikf.default\cache2\entries\630EB84CA1B7BCDB7D334A2F2730D40A9B8E4560 - HTML/ScrInject.B trojan
\AppData\Local\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\1x2aoikf.default\cache2\entries\7217C277155260C1C060ADD2432FA338CAAECF38 - HTML/ScrInject.B trojan
\AppData\Local\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\1x2aoikf.default\cache2\entries\BC3B6BEC89C2AA9FDA4A98A218A305105A93373D - HTML/ScrInject.B troja

I have no idea what website I visted to get these viruses, is there anyway to find out the websites and block them for the future and what could these viruses done to my PC? 

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Perhaps you could find the phishy sites in your browser's history. As for the above detections, they may or may not be related. Feel free to delete them since they are in Firefox cache anyways.

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Assuming you are using browser based web e-mail, the malicious JavaScript cache entries were created when you opened the e-mail. Since you recognized the e-mail was a scam and didn't click on anything in the e-mail, no harm was done.

The question here is why didn't Eset detect the malicious JavaScript cache files when they were created? Verify that the following setting is enabled in Eset Web access protection:


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