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Crazy Website Popup
Smokin
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06-19-2017 02:18 AM

 



Post: #1
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Ok I was watching a movie and it ended, on one of the streaming sites. I won't say which one for security reasons...I run adblock, noscript, and a few other protections. I'm used to having to click to allow any scripts, java, etc to run and execute in my browser. I go to click back to the main front page of movie listing and this pops up...The links shown were live, but I DID NOT click or download any of them. I wouldn't want anyone to hack me, thus I documented and closed window. I highly suspect a script error on the website.

This is not my PC. This MUST be on the desktop of the hosting server! How would this info get exposed this way?? I have in the past stumbled onto server log on screens etc, once or twice a year something weird like this happens. But this one takes the cake lol. What would you do, let it go or contact the admin of suspected site and let him know what broke thru? To stress again, this IS NOT my PC and I downloaded NOTHING. Crazy sh*t indeed..What would you do?

https://s7.postimg.org/8jxwkizaz/image.jpg
https://s7.postimg.org/bs2dxklkr/image.jpg

http://lunaticoutpost.com/smilies/asgjrbdh.gif
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User ID: 341682
06-19-2017 02:24 AM

 



Post: #2
RE: Crazy Website Popup
Smokin  Wrote: (06-19-2017 02:18 AM)
Ok I was watching a movie and it ended, on one of the streaming sites. I won't say which one for security reasons...I run adblock, noscript, and a few other protections. I'm used to having to click to allow any scripts, java, etc to run and execute in my browser. I go to click back to the main front page of movie listing and this pops up...The links shown were live, but I DID NOT click or download any of them. I wouldn't want anyone to hack me, thus I documented and closed window. I highly suspect a script error on the website.

This is not my PC. This MUST be on the desktop of the hosting server! How would this info get exposed this way?? I have in the past stumbled onto server log on screens etc, once or twice a year something weird like this happens. But this one takes the cake lol. What would you do, let it go or contact the admin of suspected site and let him know what broke thru? To stress again, this IS NOT my PC and I downloaded NOTHING. Crazy sh*t indeed..What would you do?

https://s7.postimg.org/8jxwkizaz/image.jpg
https://s7.postimg.org/bs2dxklkr/image.jpg

http://lunaticoutpost.com/smilies/asgjrbdh.gif

No, it's a trick - most likely. You got tricked partially. You didn't take the bait all the way and "investigate" the files (so you can get paaaaaid son!)

They make you think "Oh I can steal from this person yay!" and then it's "HEY WHAT HAPPENED? DAFUQ IS A ROOTKIT?!" chuckle
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Smokin
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User ID: 411787
06-19-2017 02:28 AM

 



Post: #3
RE: Crazy Website Popup
Cool, thanks. No, I'm not one of those kind of people. I respect others privacy's. Besides any pron I would make would be a much larger file lol. Like gigabytes lol. But seriously, kind of blew me away...
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