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Is this a virus?

by lursmani / January 12, 2013 4:05 PM PST

So yesterday I wanted to search something on google, and when i hit "search" the browser window got all blank(I'm using opera ).
Then i tried with google chrome, but this time it wrote "webpage not avilable". Same thing happens with Facebook and Youtube.
Today i downloaded Avast, and when i tried enterting those sites again, Avast blocked them, giving me this text:

"Object: http://www.google.com
Infection: JS:ScriptIP-inf [Trj]
Procces: where my chrome is intallled."

Same on opera and explorer. Cleared caches, did not work.

Same thing happens with Gmail, or other google services.

I have wi-fi in my house, and with my android phone i can enter any of those sites without problem, so im guessing it's my computer's problem. Any advices?

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by pgc3 / January 13, 2013 1:17 AM PST
In reply to: Is this a virus?

There is a bug running around infecting Java, it has been posted on the net for several days. ORACLE announced that they were working on a fix for this issue. You may be one of those who have been affected by this nasty. As I recall the basic fix was to disable Java from control panel and/or the browser. Another thing I would take a look at would be the home page setting in control panel to see if your default homepage has been altered, as in a redirect. It could be something entirely different but from the sound of it and what I saw on the net news a few days ago it sure smacks of the Java bug.

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by lursmani / January 13, 2013 4:21 AM PST
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Ok i'll try that. Today i visited my relatives and they allso had the same problem, so it's probably the java bug. Thanks again for the info Happy

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by tinamishra / January 15, 2013 2:17 PM PST
In reply to: Is this a virus?

Yes that site will be infected by some sort of virus so you antivirus block such sites. It may harm your PC or the data stored on it.

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by lursmani / January 16, 2013 2:37 AM PST
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Disabling java did not work, but ORACLE released update for java, i downloaded it and everything was fixed.

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