Interesting. Last week at work I came back from a meeting and the IT guys were taking my computer away as there was a virus that threatened to whole network on my PC. I know I check nothing but facebook, CricketWeb and cricinfo at work and couldnt for the life of me figure out what was going on. This maybe explains it.
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I've gone off and googled 'clientscript/vbulletin_md5.js?v=383' and there's a couple more threads about this else-where
did y'all start getting this warning around the time of the DOS attacks? pretty coincidental imo.
but what do i know
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I get thrown off the internet whenever I try to to get on to cricketweb but find if I try three or four times it works. This has only been happening in the last week.
I've had no such issues. Hopefully it's not because my antivirus (avast free version) is crap.
Yeah ditto - Norton pops up saying possible threats etc when at home...work does no such thing...
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I have got Avira antivirus and I use the Safari browser. No issues so far.
This was a serious post:
although the best way to not get viruses is to stop visiting those dodgy porn sites.
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