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JS/ScrInject.B Trojaner detected on suvbsites of biggest German news site focus.de

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global problem, wrong detection from eset i think

 

same problem with "HTML/Refresh.BC" on different pages

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My Servers gets lots of alarms of clients blocking random websites and ower one.

Checked websites with a Viruscan and nothing found.
 

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Today we also lots of these messages, JS/ScrInject.B  and HTML/Refresh.BC  

usualy we have 2 or 3 messages a week, now we got about 100 in a hour on very different sites ( even our own mailserver page )

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A lot of our users are also receiving this message; sites like MSN as well as ad-free subscribed sites...

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Yup, Getting the same message on amazon and crunchyroll website.

 

Also, HTML/Refresh.BC trojan on a few other major websites.

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Yep, its also effected some major media website in Malaysia, and including my University web. This going to effect almost 50% of My university student as they used this antivirus too..huhuh

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Please help, same here with one of the biggest sites in Poland - gazeta.pl, allegro.pl - JS/ScrInject.B.

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HTML/Refresh.BC

specially by searching with Google, a Little bit better with bing

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Yep, same here, its affecting loads of websites with the message JS/ScrInject.B trojan

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I think there's a problem with Eset...

I got message from web like
9gag
Twitch

and many trusted web that usually i visit...

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Same here in UK. Got that on MSN homepage using IE and various other websites using Firefox. So far, I have two reported problems at our company, expecting more when it is lunch time!

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Getting this across all my users with Eset Smart Security installed across many different sites. What can we do to rectify? Is it just a case of waiting for definitions to be updated or something?

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Hundreds detections in my organization :/

 

Mainly:

HTML/Refresh.BC trojan

JS/ScrInject.B trojan

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Same problem on amazon, ebay, heise.de and even internal Sites of our System (Intranet).

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Same exact problems, getting this on Amazon and Newegg. Some of the "show message" links from eset are resulting in same message.

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I get the same Messages after my Clients upgraded to virus signature database 13102.

Working with the Internet is now impossible so i rolled back the Virus database on each Client an now there are no more Problems so I think the Virus Signatur database is the Problem!

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Yep same here, getting flooded with false alerts, ESETS phone lines have been engaged all morning.

 

Seems to be Definitions 13102 mainly seems to be JS/ScrInject.B Trojan.

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Yup - 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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Same with amazon.com  . Earlier this day I browsed through amazon without any problems. During the last hours, all amazon pages are flagged with this JS/ScrInject.B trojan and are closed down by eset. Hope ESET fixes that asap.

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I am getting this on Amazon (UK). Is there any cause for concern? 

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