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The website "www.testminimizerdebug.in" is Malicious

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The website "www.testminimizerdebug.in" is Malicious

The website "www.testminimizerdebug.in" has been reported as a malicious website by Avast anti-virus software. The website is hosting malwares (fake anti-virus software), which may infect your computer by just visiting it.

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This malicious website will attempt to trick you into downloading a fake anti-virus software, by displaying a fake report of viruses, trojans and adwares of your computer.

This fake report impersonates Microsoft Security Essentials by displaying "Microsoft Security Alert - Potential threat details". Please see the following image.

A Fake Virus Report on the Website testminimizerdebug.in

testminimizerdebug.in displaying a fake report of virus

This website's URL is on alexa.com as ranking fourth under hot urls with the title "Windows Security Warning" on the internet. This means this malicious website is being visited by a lot of internet users. Hopefully, their anti-virus sofwares are up-to-date and is able to block this malicious website. Avast blocking the malicious website testminimizerdebug.in

Avast blocking the malicious website testminimizerdebug.in

Please avoid visiting this website or clicking on any links that go to it.

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  • Posted: Jun 26, 2012 by an anonymous user

    Just exit the page. Your computer will only get infected if, you download a file with the .exe extension file and run it. But, if you want to be on the safe side, have your anti-virus software do a full scan of your computer.

    delete


  • Posted: Jun 26, 2012 by an anonymous user

    If we encounter this fake warning are we suppose to exit the webpage? or scan the computer using our antivirus?

    delete


    • Posted: Jan 7, 2016 by an anonymous user from or near: Walsall, United Kingdom

      Exit using task manager end process tree. Clean your computer from cookies, restart, scan.

      Cardiffgeek

      delete


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