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another day that fine but why today Norton block this forum what is this ? what is this file ? 

 

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It is a patch file for rstudio it seems.

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jimbojet2011

Whitelist the website in the Norton application !

 

Whitelist, download and run malwarebytes over the download for security reasons

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9 hours ago, jimbojet2011 said:

Whitelist the website in the Norton application !

 

Like coolng says it seems to be a trojan you like to download in the programcode

 

Whitelist, download and run malwarebytes over the download for security reasons

 

Users can not whitelist, it's safe web addon

 

Edit: The addon doesn't even redirect when asked to.. Norton sucks..

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I smell a conspiracy by the turbo studio developers? LOL

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18 minutes ago, psyko666 said:

 

Users can not whitelist, it's safe web addon

 

Edit: The addon doesn't even redirect when asked to.. Norton sucks..

I totally agree  :P

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The thing is Norton addon safeweb blocks nsane forum so tons of users that use Norton addon are being blocked to access nsane forum, that's not so great :(

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Norton is good antivirus. this's clear when uninstall Norton toolbar.

that developer is suck they not make url white list.

 

i should be change to kaspersky? but banned in america. because exception virus from Russia government and stealth data. :o

 

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You guys need to stop attaching / uploading fixes to nsane.forums. Doing such is not allowed and if members will continue to do so then we might take action against the particular member. Use a file host instead.

 

Anyway, I have removed that attachment, uploaded it to a file host, sharecoded the link and have PMed the concerned member about it. Please check now.

 

About the fix, the AVs are calling it trojan generic / trojan patcher - which are common terms for fixes, though, I'll not vouch for it.

 

Again I repeat, if members keep uploading fixes to nsane, we might have to mass delete all the attachments from the server here. There are many safe things which one can attach here, fixes is not one of them.

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1 hour ago, 0bin said:

I don't understand, there are other ways that are not uploading to filehost?

One solution, to stop this could be limiting the viewing of all forum only to logged member; and for future use https.

Could be enforced the anonymz, for everything.

 

Some forums allow or request members to attach / host fixes on their own forums rather than linking them elsewhere. So members think it's fine to do so here too. We have strict rules against doing so but some particular members do so.

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