Published Mar 13, 2012|Updated Sep 15, 2017


Alert level: Severe Detected with Windows Defender Antivirus

Also detected as: Iframe.NH (Norman) JS.IFrame.285 (Dr.Web) JS/Iframe.EX trojan (ESET) JS/IFrame.HC.gen (Command) JS/IFrame.MI (Avira) Trojan.IframeRef (Ikarus) Trojan.JS.Iframe.BQC (BitDefender) Trojan-Downloader.JS.Iframe.czd (Kaspersky)

Trojan:JS/Iframe.AQ is a malicious JavaScript file that is embedded, via an IFrame, into malicious or compromised webpages, usually via SQL injection or through Blackhat search engine optimization (SEO) poisoning. The purpose of the file is to redirect your browser to other sites that may download malware onto your computer.

To avoid detection, the IFrame may be only one pixel in size.


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