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Unauthorized JS File Injection Problems

Posted 07 May 2012 - 05:06 AM

Good Morning,

I am wondering why I am getting nine extra unwanted js files loading with my localhost webpage on Firefox. Are these bots? What can I do to make sure that they never load with my site again?

Please advise.

Thank you in advance.

UNWANTED FILES
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http://cdn1.certifie...3&tid=chGE33455

http://d15gt9gwxw5wu...matics.com/r.js

http://d3lvr7yuk4uau...ms/it/js/itn.js

https://d3lvr7yuk4ua...p=166.248.2.150

http://loading1.widd...WFyY2h8Xnx8fF5e

http://static.app.wi.../component59.js

http://tbupdate.zugo...&os_version=6.1

http://www.google.co...rch-box&lang=en

http://www.textsrv.c...b=1336389796242

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Re: Unauthorized JS File Injection Problems

Posted 08 May 2012 - 10:29 PM

do they also appear in your HTML code on the server? (you might have been subject to a successful XSS attack)
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Re: Unauthorized JS File Injection Problems

Posted 28 July 2012 - 04:39 AM

They only appear on the client-side after the site has loaded, Dormilich. Thanks for the insight.
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