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Trojen found in Firefox outbound

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As described already, Malwarebytes has picked up a Trojen on Firefox outbound, Below is what Malwarebytes has described: Malwarebytes www.malwarebytes.com

-Log Details- Protection Event Date: 11/28/21 Protection Event Time: 9:40 PM Log File: 954b6ada-5037-11ec-bdb7-80fa5b790f8f.json

-Software Information- Version: 4.4.11.149 Components Version: 1.0.1513 Update Package Version: 1.0.47808 License: Premium

-System Information- OS: Windows 10 (Build 19042.1348) CPU: x64 File System: NTFS User: System

-Blocked Website Details- Malicious Website: 1 , C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe, Blocked, -1, -1, 0.0.0, ,

-Website Data- Category: Trojan Domain: classicmoto.rs IP Address: 45.147.54.18 Port: 443 Type: Outbound File: C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe

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Hi Thanks for you patience all, I have all the options, to enter site and add to Good site, or Not enter site and exclude site as being good, You are suggesting that site is OK and not a malicious site, I don't go to that site, nor do i go checking Classic Motorbikes, For me i rather be cautious, leave it alone and not go there, I only contacted Firefox as it's the only web browser i use, if there was a bug, best to report it, rather then delete Firefox and download another browser, you have assured me it's ok, so no need to delete Firefox Browser: Cheers Ralph: Thanks for all the Help and patience:

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Hey there!

There are many variation to the Trojan virus: https://us.norton.com/internetsecurity-malware-what-is-a-trojan.html

You can only (or most of the time) get the Trojan virus when you install trojans from file-sharing websites and fake email attachments. You can also get attacked from spoofed chat messages, infected websites, hacked networks and more.

So I believe one of the websites you entered to gave you the Trojan virus. What is your relation with http://classicmoto.rs/? Did you download, etc. anything from http://classicmoto.rs/ ?

Thanks!

Bithiah

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Hi Bithiah, The site (classicmoto.rs) The name seems to refer to Motorbikes, this is the first time i have seen it, the ending of URL, .rs refers to Russia, I tried to go in that site after i seen trojen virus URL, My Norton 360 picked it up and stopped me going to site, as for me going to any site that has viruses, Norton 360 automatically stops me going to that site and gives me option to trust, or not enter site, as for Emails Norton does same thing, at my age i am very careful to open any attachment, and all mail gets scanned, Problem now is how to get rid of this trojen, to me it appears that each time i use Firefox Browser, it sends information to that site, as it's been picked up on outbound, I don't use Microsoft Browser, and have stopped all available notices on Window 10 to Microsoft, Do i download another browser, or delete Firefox then download it again, Cheers, Thanks for you reply: Ralph

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Correct me if I'm wrong, but it appears that Malwarebytes thinks that site is bad. It's not right? Can tell Malwarebytes that the site is good? Is there an option to allow, exempt, or put the site on the exclusion list?

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Hi Thanks for you patience all, I have all the options, to enter site and add to Good site, or Not enter site and exclude site as being good, You are suggesting that site is OK and not a malicious site, I don't go to that site, nor do i go checking Classic Motorbikes, For me i rather be cautious, leave it alone and not go there, I only contacted Firefox as it's the only web browser i use, if there was a bug, best to report it, rather then delete Firefox and download another browser, you have assured me it's ok, so no need to delete Firefox Browser: Cheers Ralph: Thanks for all the Help and patience:

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