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Wrong detection website infection "JS/ScrInject.B"

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Nearly all pages on all clients,

 

with JavaScript advertising

 

Js/ScrInject.B Trojaner

 

msn, amazon.....

 

 

 

please check and correct

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It would appear that update 13102 is causing false positives on every site, rolling back to previous update works.

 

Come on eset I have over 2000 users on my case about this please fix.

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At my company, too.

The most are Windows-Client. On Mac is it not yet happened.

Version: 5.0.2228.1

DB: 13102 (20160229)

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Same here, www.amazon.co.uk being an example. Definitions 13102.

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We're getting the same on all of our websites, also google and amazon and many others...

 

 

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Can't get through to Eset Support number as the phone system keeps dropping out or not connecting.

 

I'm going to assume they are very busy with people calling them regarding this issue

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Got it happening here too, various websites including Amazon UK and the Daily Mail homepage. 

 

Definitions: 13102 (20160229)

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Same here, also using business product, Endpoint Protection and Endpoint Antivirus. All affected clients using 13102 definitions.

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I have the same problem running 13102 (in Nod32) ... I rolled back to a previous version and the problem went away. Another machine running 13100 is fine.

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the same problems, Endpoint Security. on many sites, all computers in network, show JS/ScrInject.B 

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Also same here, after update to 13102 the Problems start.

Now rolled back the Virus signature database and there Problem disappears .

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this latest update tells me that my internal web pages for my temp control monitor and my netgear switch are both infected!?!?!?!  wtf eset?

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Yes, Problem appeared after update signature.ver number 13102. 

 

 

 

oh Eset, eset.......... hehe......

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