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    I get the same with AVG.
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    I use Avast Pro and I don't have that issue. Maybe your pc has a virus?
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    Both of us have the same virus? Not very likely. I don't think it is us who is infested. Not pspmod.com either. False positives maybe, happens often. But still it would be appreciated if the admins looked into this.
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    avg dont show it for me. its on your end dude. either check for a virus, or get the site on a trusted list if it has one.

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    i use avast as well, never had any warning. why does your warning have a twitter icon?
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    Quote Originally Posted by thesexyone View Post
    i use avast as well, never had any warning. why does your warning have a twitter icon?
    because twitter is the virus?

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    Same thing with AVG and Malwarebytes, this might be an advert. here thats causing that.
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    I've heard that Google Chrome will give this alert also????. I think that xavis is the virus
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    Avast doesn't show it anymore, something on the home page triggered the alert. Probably an advertisement.

    More info on the malware : Trojan-Clicker.JS.Iframe.ac
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    damn bro, how do i remove xavis from the computer?
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    Ok figured it out, it's from the advertisements on the homepage that show when you aren't signed into your account.

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    Its just the ad, nothing you can do about it, and I"m 100% sure its a false positive anyway. AVG has a habit of being overactive about cookies.




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    i think it might be the fact that adverts are on iframes thus triggering a false positive because most malware scripts were run on iframes
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