and PCA!!

  spuds 11:14 13 Dec 2007

I use a programme called Spyware Warrior, and about a month ago, warning messages were flagged up when I used the PCA website and forums. Basically it was informing that was on the PCA site and 'this website has been reported as dangerous'. The PCA website was blocked until I took the necessary action. This phase passed, but it as again returned back yesterday and today, blocking the PCA website, until I take further actions.

Can anyone supply further details regarding this perhaps intrusion (at times)and whether is an actual threat.

  octal 12:50 13 Dec 2007

The program is probably getting paranoid over a tracking cookie. If you are that worried I would be inclined just to delete all cookies when you close your browser.

I don't think PCA would allow spyware on their site, could you imagine it? They would have a riot on their hands :D

  octal 12:53 13 Dec 2007

By the way, are responsible for the Dell adverts at the top and on the right of the page, they are Flash Player ads.

  skidzy 17:15 13 Dec 2007

Simple move to stop those ads.

If your using firefox,goto Tools/Options/Content and untick Javascript and ok. (Refresh your screen)

For those pages that require Javascript ,use IETab click here

  skidzy 21:25 13 Dec 2007

Do you mean SpywareTerminator ? and not Spyware Warrior.

  spuds 11:04 14 Dec 2007

Apologies, it is/was Spyware Terminator and not Spyware Warrior that I am using.

Still getting the same warning signs this morning on the PCA website, but have run other independent scans with negative results, so I can perhaps assume that things are slightly over-sensitive!.

skidzy-- I tried the link, and it appears that Microsoft "cannot open the file". Will give it a few more tries.

Thanks both for your appreciated input on this matter. Will now tick as resolved.

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