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  1. #1
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    Default CANTER website--anyone else having issues?

    AVG detects active threats on their page when I try to go to their site.



  2. #2
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    I've had the same issue with the website recently.



  3. #3
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    Interesting. I was one their site earlier today and I had no problem with it.



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    Ditto. AVG detects a threat. Westlake, what antivirus pgm do you use?



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    Using Norton got a blocked attack message by Norton for their website



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    Default Email for webmaster?

    Anyone know the email address for the CANTER webmaster so we can notify them?



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    Just had the same happen to me for the DRF site yesterday. Must be some kind of horse lovers' virus!
    Being right half the time beats being half-right all the time. Malcolm Forbes



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    Several years ago the Canter site was hacked and they spent a lot of time fixing it- I hope this wont be the case again, they are a great org! I did get that same message from drf.com yesterday.....
    Be a part of the solution~ Adopt a thoroughbred!
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    Are you on a specific page when you get the warning? I've been through the site and am not finding any viruses either in the code or in the database. However, we are fighting a blacklist by Opera/AVG but they have not given any reason why we were blacklisted so that is probably the reason you are getting the message.
    Domain blacklisted on the Opera browser (via AVG): canterusa.org
    Domain clean by Google Safe Browsing: canterusa.org
    Domain clean by Norton Safe Web: canterusa.org
    Domain clean on Phish tank: canterusa.org
    Domain clean on Sucuri IP/URL malware blacklist: canterusa.org

    Please contact me if you continue to have problems at webmaster@canterusa.org

    Thanks,
    Linda



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    Quote Originally Posted by canterwebmaster View Post
    Are you on a specific page when you get the warning? I've been through the site and am not finding any viruses either in the code or in the database. However, we are fighting a blacklist by Opera/AVG but they have not given any reason why we were blacklisted so that is probably the reason you are getting the message.
    Domain blacklisted on the Opera browser (via AVG): canterusa.org
    Domain clean by Google Safe Browsing: canterusa.org
    Domain clean by Norton Safe Web: canterusa.org
    Domain clean on Phish tank: canterusa.org
    Domain clean on Sucuri IP/URL malware blacklist: canterusa.org

    Please contact me if you continue to have problems at webmaster@canterusa.org

    Thanks,
    Linda


    http://news.softpedia.com/news/Opera...s-145969.shtml


    In order to protect its users from Web-based malware attacks, Opera has integrated AVG's Data Feed technology into the latest version (10.60) of its browser. The solution provides real-time information about malicious URLs and emerging threats.

    Despite the Web being the principal malware distribution medium for years now, Web browsers have lagged behind as far as user protection mechanisms are concerned. Firefox relies on Google's SafeBrowsing API to block attack websites, while Microsoft maintains its own blacklist for Internet Explorer, however these solutions have proven inefficient blocking today's hit and run-type attacks.

    Until you can fix your problem, I will stay clear.



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