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Old 05-20-2012, 11:53 AM
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Default There was a thread about a warning that popped up and I can't find it....

Google chrome (THANKS GOOGLE) found this while i was trying to check out the hotties in the hotties thread....this is just an fyi.

I know there was a thread about this earlier, can't find it though. Probably had a shitty title like mine does...
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Old 05-20-2012, 11:57 AM
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Someone probably linked an image from that site. Don't think you can catch a virus on HT with a linked image. But then again, my crotch does itch quite a bit lately - so what do I know.
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last page of the hotties why not thread is still doing it for my chrome.
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Old 05-20-2012, 12:34 PM
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Default Re: There was a thread about a warning that popped up and I can't find it....

It took some extensive investigating but I uncovered the other thread for you: https://honda-tech.com/forums/general-discussion-debate-40/honda-tech-malware-3054889/

Meanwhile, WTF honda-tech?
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Old 05-20-2012, 12:45 PM
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Never seen that before. Good thing I only use my primary desktop for intimate video browsing. So the paper trail leads back to that race car driver for Roadfly?
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Default Re: There was a thread about a warning that popped up and I can't find it....

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Someone probably linked an image from that site. Don't think you can catch a virus on HT with a linked image. But then again, my crotch does itch quite a bit lately - so what do I know.
You can't say never on this - it's possible that the image (which is being loaded from the other site) has something embedded into it with a call to another link/file/etc. There used to be a cool utility I had that would let you embed stuff inside jpeg's (think that's the format...).
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Happened to me too
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page 15 and 16 of that hottie thread.

Boner killed by might get a virus adrenaline rush.
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