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I use a Mac and Safari is my main browser. WI is my home page, but when I clicked Safari, I was warned that this website used malware and that I should close the window. I chose to ignore it. I highly doubt that WI would ever use malware or anything that harms your computer. Here is a picture.
I got that too. I get that page on Safari but on Rogers i get all these warnings.
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Originally Posted by javogabo
Thank you for reporting this. It isn't malware, but a very sneaky ad trying to work its way in. We are working very hard at removing these ads.
So it will go away soon?Because i really want to read the news.
Last edited by lizzyxwebkinz; 02-15-2009 at 08:27 PM.. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
It does not matter what browser you use it still on occasion will pop up anyway even if you have a good virus/spyware blocker... sneeky little bugs, but like it has been said thousand of times on tons of threads - don't click on it .
Unfortunately, the software we use for the front page was deemed "End of Life" some months ago and the company producing the software is no longer updating the code with security updates. As such, some malicious person is using a security hole in the front page software to insert code into some of the articles.
I have identified the security hole and patched it. Although it has been fixed, it highlights an important issue that needs to be addressed. As a long term solution, we will be converting to a different CMS that is still in development and will continue to provide security fixes. Unfortunately, this is a difficult transition and may take a few weeks to complete.
We'd like to stress that what is happening is in no way affiliated with WI, or any of its advertisers, and if we can identify the culprit, there will be legal consequences.
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