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Re: trouble with regular expressions

by marto (Bishop)
on Nov 06, 2012 at 16:56 UTC ( #1002525=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to trouble with regular expressions

This looks like you've downloaded a jQuery plugin from someone who has inserted a malicious iframe in an attempt to display to a defunct (possibly nefarious) site. Consider actually checking the code you download before using it. Now that you've found it why not make it easier on yourself and get the plugin jQuery plugin in question from a trusted source, in an unpacked form and examine it before you use it.


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Re^2: trouble with regular expressions
by programmer.perl (Beadle) on Nov 06, 2012 at 17:09 UTC

    jQuery was clean, infection occurred some days ago, I worked with FileZilla and maybe hole was with this program... I transfered some files with a authorization info, and maybe some bad files in my HD used FileZilla to get this info...

    Enough codes make shapes. (Hamidjon)

      "jQuery was clean"

      The JavaScript you posted is not jQuery, it's a plugin to extend jQuery. As for the remainder of your post, sounds like you need to speak to someone who knows what they're doing from a computer security/administration perspective. If you system, server or network is compromised and you don't know how an iframe to a site which doesn't exist is the least of your problems.

        ...we have to 'clean' infected files (*.js, .htaccess etc)... some Perl codes will help us in such works ))...

        Enough codes make shapes. (Hamidjon)

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