Cache view of last days of V is for Voltage

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Gman
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While doing some research for my monthly report to our Administrator, I ran across several copies of pages from V is For Voltage doing the final days if your interested in viewing it. Most don't show as much as this one.
I'm going to post them all latter to one of my City of St. Louis sites and they will load faster, enjoy.
http://tinyurl.com/ylweq6

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Careful ...

It appears that cached page has the virus attachment in it ...

- David Herron, http://www.7gen.com/

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It appears that cached page has the virus attachment in it

Doesn't it have to be on invision to activate?
It's just a image, and it's still there?
I need to remove it ASAP, is there a way I can check I have a lot of them.

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It appears that cached page has the virus attachment in it

David,
Thanks you were right, It has been removed. I discovered it when I tried to upload it to the Vrefuge Blog.
Your HTML cannot be accepted: Tag is not allowed:
Now it's a hot bath all over again.
How could you tell it was there?

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How could I tell it was there

I had looked at the source code of the pages I'd downloaded off Kens old site and saw this suspicious "script" tag at the very end that loads some javascript from a strangely named web site. In Firefox at the appropriate location on the page there is a teensy little dot. All I did is look for the dot.

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javascript from a strangely named web site

David,
zhvvqxzahv.biz is what I was getting.
http://webhelper4u.net/whmembers/siteslists/cwsalphaA.txt
Ken told me to get a free http://www.trendmicro.com/cwshredder/

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