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Updated on Aug 29, 2012

Trojan:JS/Iframe.BT is a detection for a trojan that redirects your browser to other sites. These sites may attempt to download and install malware onto your computer, often by exploiting software vulnerabilities.

Make sure you install all available updates for your computer to help prevent the downloading of additional malware. For more information on updating software, including Java, Adobe and Microsoft products, please see the Additional information section in this entry.

This trojan is a malicious JavaScript file that creates a hidden IFrame. The JavaScript file is embedded into compromised webpages, usually via SQL injection or through Blackhat search engine optimization (SEO) poisoning.

Alert level: severe
Updated on Aug 29, 2012

Trojan:JS/Iframe.BS is a detection for a trojan that redirects your browser to other sites. These sites may attempt to download and install malware onto your computer, often by exploiting software vulnerabilities.

Make sure you install all available updates for your computer to help prevent the downloading of additional malware. For more information on updating software, including Java, Adobe and Microsoft products, please see the Additional information section in this entry.

This trojan is a malicious JavaScript file that creates a hidden IFrame. The JavaScript file is embedded into compromised webpages, usually via SQL injection or through Blackhat search engine optimization (SEO) poisoning.

Alert level: severe
Updated on Sep 11, 2012

Trojan:JS/Iframe.BC is a malicious JavaScript file embedded in malicious or hacked webpages. If you visit a website containing this malicious JavaScript, it may redirect you to another website that contains other malware.

Alert level: severe
Updated on Aug 29, 2012

Trojan:JS/Iframe.BU is a detection for a trojan that redirects your browser to other sites. These sites may attempt to download and install malware onto your computer, often by exploiting software vulnerabilities.

Make sure you install all available updates for your computer to help prevent the downloading of additional malware. For more information on updating software, including Java, Adobe and Microsoft products, please see the Additional information section in this entry.

This trojan is a malicious JavaScript file that creates a hidden IFrame. The JavaScript file is embedded into compromised webpages, usually via SQL injection or through Blackhat search engine optimization (SEO) poisoning.

Alert level: severe
Updated on Jun 06, 2012
Trojan:JS/Iframe.BK is a detection for malicious JavaScript that has been appended to existing JavaScript files for the purpose of downloading other code via your web browser.
Alert level: severe
Updated on Aug 19, 2012

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.

Alert level: severe
Updated on Aug 08, 2012

Trojan:JS/Iframe.V 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.

Alert level: severe
Updated on Jan 09, 2012

Trojan:JS/Iframe.AC is a malicious JavaScript (JS) file that is embedded into malicious or compromised webpages, usually via SQL injection or through Blackhat search engine optimization (SEO) poisoning.

Alert level: severe
Updated on Feb 15, 2012

Trojan:JS/Iframe.AE is a malicious JavaScript file that is embedded into malicious or compromised webpages, usually via SQL injection or through Blackhat search engine optimization (SEO) poisoning.

Alert level: severe
Updated on Mar 26, 2012

Trojan:JS/Iframe.AK is a malicious JavaScript file that is embedded into malicious or compromised webpages, usually via SQL injection or through Blackhat search engine optimization (SEO) poisoning.

Alert level: severe
Updated on Apr 06, 2012

Trojan:JS/Iframe.AN is a malicious JavaScript that is embedded as an IFrame in compromised web pages, usually via SQL injection attacks, or through Blackhat search engine optimization (SEO) poisoning. When opened in a web browser, the trojan script redirects the browser to another site.

Alert level: severe
Updated on Apr 06, 2012

Trojan:JS/Iframe.AN is a detection numerous variants of a malicious JavaScript that is embedded as an IFrame in compromised web pages, usually via SQL injection attacks, or through Blackhat search engine optimization (SEO) poisoning. When opened in a web browser, the trojan script redirects the browser to another site.

Alert level: severe
Updated on Apr 04, 2012

Trojan:JS/Iframe.AY is a malicious JavaScript file that is embedded into malicious or compromised webpages, usually via SQL injection or through Blackhat search engine optimization (SEO) poisoning.

Alert level: severe
Updated on Apr 11, 2011
Exploit:HTML/IFrame is an exploit of a flaw in Internet Explorer's handling of certain MIME types. The vulnerability impacts Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.01 (previous to Service Pack 2), and Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5.
 
An update to address the flaw was released in March 2001. Details on the vulnerability can be found in the Microsoft Security Bulletin MS01-020 at http://www.microsoft.com/technet/security/bulletin/MS01-020.mspx.
Alert level: severe
Updated on Apr 11, 2011
TrojanDownloader:HTML/Iframe.F is the detection for HTML files that are loaded when a user visits certain websites. These may be found in webpages from servers that have been compromised by SQL injection attacks.
Alert level: severe
Updated on Apr 11, 2011
TrojanClicker:JS/Iframe.F is a detection for specially-formed obfuscated IFrame tags, which point to remote Web sites containing adware or unwanted content.
Alert level: moderate
Updated on Apr 11, 2011
TrojanClicker:HTML/Iframe.J is the detection for a script that modifies HTML within a client Web browser to include IFrame content in a compromised Web page. The trojan HTML file redirects the Web browser to sites located on other domains.
Alert level: severe
Updated on Apr 11, 2011
Exploit:JS/IframeWrite.A is the detection for specially formed IFrame tags that point to remote websites containing malicious content. For example, the IFrame may point to a malicious JavaScript containing an exploit for a specific vulnerability.
Alert level: severe
Updated on Apr 11, 2011
Trojan:JS/Redirector.I is detection for specific JavaScript contained within Web pages. This JavaScript trojan may be injected into an HTML page via an SQL injection attack, or may be present on a malicious Web site, and may redirect users to Web sites other than expected. It is also possible for an attacker to craft HTML-based e-mail messages containing the script.
Alert level: severe
Updated on Oct 19, 2010
Exploit:JS/IframeWrite.gen is Microsoft's generic detection for specially formed IFrame tags that point to remote websites containing malicious content. For example, the IFrame may point to a malicious JavaScript containing an exploit for a specific vulnerability.
Alert level: severe