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Offline onur.besen

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subdomain blacklist possible erroneous reporting
« on: January 06, 2024, 12:19:45 AM »
Hello, when I check my website for viruses, I get an error from Avast. I scanned the files again but there is no problem. I think there is inaccurate reporting. How can I solve this problem?

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Re: subdomain blacklist possible erroneous reporting
« Reply #1 on: January 06, 2024, 02:56:46 AM »
Avast doesn't scan websites on the VT scans it scans websites live using the WebShield.

Not sure how you are scanning your website for viruses ?
OK the Unique Code given in the alert window which will be different for other users, as it was when I visited the site (see attached image).

Considered a Low Security Risk here - - with some security recommendations.
Some recommendations here -
Minimal security risk here - - however it indicates 69 external links (though to me they all don't look external).
This one being a .js file might be considered suspicious there are others to that domains also.

These may or may not be what Avast is alerting for - but you should certainly look into this.
-  Reporting a Possible False Positive File or Website -
You should get a response in a day or two.
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