WordPress Bloggers Beware! There is a bad site out there! Part 3


This morning after getting the laundry and other things done, I entered that site and this time it crashed IE. So, before making a new video, I decided to clear out the cookies and all browser history within IE, then closed it. I then started IE again, then it happened again with the endless loop of no fast escape.

The new video from this morning can be seen here.

 

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12 thoughts on “WordPress Bloggers Beware! There is a bad site out there! Part 3”

    1. Yeap it’s infected, the last vid I did for Trojan Beware shows what that fake blue screen looks like, it did download a virus in the background, Good thing I have the software to get rid of them.

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    1. I hope the person reads it, According to Facebook the message I sent was timestamped 11:18 am CST and no reply back as of yet. The last post on his Facebook account was on the 18th.

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  1. I don’t know if the blogger knows this, because I know of a blogger who was kicked out of WordPress for posting a photo that had virus ( the photo wasn’t hers ). She was able to come back much later, and explained why she ” disappeared ” for a while. So, I’m sure WordPress will take care of this. Be prepared to get a notification from WordPress.

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    1. Yes, I know and I don’t think the person knows that happened to his blog, so I am preparing a little note for the person and send it to them via their Facebook page. All I can do is warn people about it and hope this person reads his Facebook sometime today.

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