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July 15, 2010 04:38 Re: False Positive? - HTML/Framer #98239
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PHRoberts

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nobugaboos wrote
.../recaptcha_ajax.js
Threat Name: Virus found HTML/Framer


Started getting the same deal this evening. Always in my temporary internet file. I first noticed in one of my own lifeyo.com sites. Then found at places like Ticketmaster and others. I wonder if AVG is having another definition issue... I hope that's all it is. Somehow I feel better seeing a huge thread here with a lot of other users having the same problem.

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July 15, 2010 04:44 Re: False Positive? - HTML/Framer #98241
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FIXED!..

Disabled the addon for firefox as well and problem fixed.

Solution: DISABLE THE AVG ADD-ON IN YOUR INTERNET BROWSER.
July 15, 2010 05:14 Re: False Positive? - HTML/Framer #98255
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Same problem..

I am having a similar problem. AVG is disabled on my browser already. The following sites have had multiple threat detection-Gmail,National Weather Service, AVG. There could be more but these are the only sites I have been to since this garbage started this afternoon. When I run a scan there are no infections detected. Sure would be nice to hear something from AVG on this since so many people are having the same issue!!
July 15, 2010 05:23 Re: False Positive? - HTML/Framer #98259
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Greg..

I have the problem with IE8. Disabling the AVG add-on doesn't stop it.
July 15, 2010 05:42 Re: False Positive? - HTML/Framer #98265
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Trying To Get Rid of The HTML/Framer, Virus?..

Dear beaumont, tryed what u said about opening start, then typing in iexplore,and the rest, there were not add ons with avg, but what was there i disable it and try logging in and as soon as i did the pop ups started, any more suggestion?, im really open to try anything to det rid of this problem
July 15, 2010 05:58 Re: False Positive? - HTML/Framer #98269
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HTML/Framer Problems..

I give up... :frowning: i've tryed all i know, which very little,i've also tryed suggestion from people in the forum.And still those ugly pops appear,AVG PLEASE HELP!!!
July 15, 2010 06:10 Re: False Positive? - HTML/Framer #98273
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Hello all,

please be informed that false positive detection "HTML/Framer" (www.google.com/recaptcha/api/js/recaptcha_ajax.js, BrowserCompAp.js) was already fixed with latest virus database update 271.1.1/3006 released 7/15/2010 6:44 AM CEST.

Please update AVG virus database and check the websites once again.

Apologies for any inconveniences.

Thank you
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July 15, 2010 07:05 Re: False Positive? - HTML/Framer #98293
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I too am having this problem tonight. The pop up will not go away on IE only; should I update AVG from Firefox? Thank you.
July 15, 2010 07:24 Re: False Positive? - HTML/Framer #98297
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Hi,

After updating the AVG with the latest updates as suggested, the HTML Framer messages still pop up each time I open a tab or IE. Pop up message says

Temporary Internet Files\Content IE5\ZDJSMR1N\BrowserCompAPI[1].js infected

Looking forward to a quick fix soon. Thanks.

Minfong
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July 15, 2010 07:37 Re: False Positive? - HTML/Framer #98299
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ondraploteny

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Hi MMBlue,

could you please check you are using latest AVG virus database 271.1.1/3006 and browsers were restarted (just for sure) since the update?

There are no differential virus database updates for Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox.

Please keep in mind that this false positive detection HTML/Framer is currently related only with mentioned files (www.google.com/recaptcha/api/js/recaptcha_ajax.js, BrowserCompAp.js), there still exists other websites (files), which really contain this type of infection.

Thank you
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