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Discussion in 'HTML' started by Techdesk, Mar 19, 2008.

  1. Techdesk

    Techdesk Guest

    Having trouble with several websites that do not display anything but a blank page.
    Investigation of the source shows that somehow the following line gets inserted into the HTML of the page and since xx does not exist we get a blank page:

    <iframe src='xx' width=0 height=0>

    Anyone know where this might be coming from?
    Browser does not seem to matter, both Firefox and IExplorer do the same. Strangely enough the www.google.com site always works OK but for example www.kingston.com regularly shows this problem.
    We did several spyware scans on the system but nothing more that a bunch of tracking cookies.

    This baffles me completely, any help is appreciated.

    P.




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    Techdesk, Mar 19, 2008
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  2. Techdesk wrote:
    > Having trouble with several websites that do not display anything but a blank page.
    > Investigation of the source shows that somehow the following line gets inserted into the HTML of the page and since xx does not exist we get a blank page:
    >
    > <iframe src='xx' width=0 height=0>
    >
    > Anyone know where this might be coming from?


    A Google search on

    "iframe src='xx' width=0 height=0"

    yields four pages in Chinese referring to something called zxarps. A
    Google search on zxarps reveals it to be a Chinese hacking tool.

    http://www.teamfurry.com/wordpress/2007/08/29/zxarps/
     
    Harlan Messinger, Mar 19, 2008
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  3. Techdesk wrote:

    > Having trouble with several websites that do not display anything but
    > a blank page. Investigation of the source shows that somehow the
    > following line gets inserted into the HTML of the page and since xx
    > does not exist we get a blank page:
    >
    > <iframe src='xx' width=0 height=0>
    >
    > Anyone know where this might be coming from? Browser does not seem to
    > matter, both Firefox and IExplorer do the same. Strangely enough the
    > www.google.com site always works OK but for example www.kingston.com
    > regularly shows this problem. We did several spyware scans on the
    > system but nothing more that a bunch of tracking cookies.


    Something else is amiss. There is no <iframe.. at the kingston.com site,
    at least not on the main page.

    Try this: http://superantispyware.com/
    It's free for home use.

    --
    -bts
    -Friends don't let friends drive Vista
     
    Beauregard T. Shagnasty, Mar 19, 2008
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