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virus/worm warning message by getting to a website


hello group,

I have created few pages but when I get to the website from PC with avast installed on it  I get a warning message claiming there is a virus/worm on the website:

filename: /images/spacer.gif
maleare name: HTML:Iframe-inf
type:  Virus/worm

it is interesting that there is no such a file in images/ category

1) What causes this issue?
2) How can I clean the server?

Regards,
ak
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akohan
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nabeelmoiduCommented:
before you start on the server, did u try this from any other client?
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akohanAuthor Commented:

clients with avast complain about it otherwise the problem will be reported.

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Khushal Singh NarookaCommented:
You PC in infected with HTML:Iframe-inf virus which has injected the code in your HTML files without letting you know. When you upload these files to Web-server your anti-virus detects them.

Verify JAVA Scripting inside your HTML file and look for any malicious entries or reference to URL which you don't know.
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KETTANEHCommented:
issue not resolved ??
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akohanAuthor Commented:


Thanks!
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