A business associate stopped by the pc shop not long ago. He expressed serious concerns about a probable malicious take over of his online business ınternet site. Moreover, He required some assistance examining new malware alerts originating from his anti-malware software Avast!. The application cautioned of corruption by the JS: Iframe-FG [Trj] malware. He continued on to explain that none of his internet browsers would open his company website. Furthermore, the anti-virus packages, installed on his clients computers, showed an infection situated within the website.
My first action includes reviewing the website with a number of third-party analysis resources, which include Zulu Url Risk Analyzer and URLVoid. The Zulu review verifies that many anti-virus applications consider his website harmful – this isn’t good for business. The URLvoid log comes back positive – confirming the presence of the JS: Iframe-FG trojan hack.
We adjust the account details of the web server and the content manager and the site now functions seamlessly.