1 in 3000 websites distributes malware, says security firm

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1 in 3000 websites distributes malware, says security firm.

[newsimage]http://static.rankone.nl/images_posts/2011/02/fv7mCZ.jpg[/newsimage]Just a few years ago, it was fairly easy to avoid malware-infested websites simply by steering clear of sites that dealt with questionable content like pirated films or music. Today, however, even the most reputable websites are susceptible to hacks that can infest visitors’ computer systems.


Read the full article here: [http://www.myce.com/news/1-in-3000-websites-distributes-malware-says-security-firm-40565/](http://www.myce.com/news/1-in-3000-websites-distributes-malware-says-security-firm-40565/)


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Thanks for the tip about Foxfire…looking into it! I was very upset to learn that the YouTube downloader from CNet had malware in it. And, CNet said so on their site. Well, at least they were up-front about it.


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Does anybody Know a good script blocking browser addon for chrome?


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Well [COLOR=“Red”]Here[/COLOR] is a link to some kind of ‘Malware’…:flower: