One of my customers received the following and inadvertantly clicked on the hyper-link. Just wondering if anyone knows of any security scams relating to this site? We figured that since he had already been there we wouldn't do anymore damage by going there again - which we did - the site does some WEIRD things - redirects etc - and culminates with the local system asking permission to replace a file (which we declined).
I've scanned with Spy-bot and Adaware (both -ve) - and can't see anything on www.sarc.com
Anyone got any knowledge on this site?
PS: Be very cautious about going there!!!
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