Author Topic: Bifrose detection or not? Detected by avast! as JS:ScriptIP-inf [Trj]  (Read 1895 times)

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Offline polonus

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Re: Bifrose detection or not? Detected by avast! as JS:ScriptIP-inf [Trj]
« Reply #1 on: January 25, 2014, 01:19:11 AM »
yep. confirmed . Superantispyware got the bug avast missed. . but I usually use a combo of superantispyware, malwarebytes and avast for that stuff.. it helps. sas is free for use . but to you avast programmers.. you're missing one.. its not a good one either. it hogs resources and allows back door intrusions. might want to research that a bit more maybe? until then fellow avast users I'd also recommend both malwarebytes and superantispyware  they catch what others miss :)

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Re: Bifrose detection or not? Detected by avast! as JS:ScriptIP-inf [Trj]
« Reply #2 on: January 25, 2014, 02:06:51 AM »
Hi Howlsfromshadow,

I am not connected to avast!, just a volunteer into suspicious website scanning "for the good of my soul" and to help avast! detection for our forum community. I too recommend to have avast! resident av combined with SAS and MBAM non-residental anti-malware to have some "additional rear mirrors" added. Also do not forget to have a decent Adblocker in place inside the browser with an additional malware list subscription to be further protected. Almost a must these days.  ;D
Thanks for your feedback,

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