2 Replies Latest reply on Jan 31, 2014 10:49 PM by Hayton

    Problemas con (http://dlvr.readserver.net)

    jlga26

      Buenas...tengo un problema mientras navego por internet (Internet explores), en el cual, a veces cuando abro un nuevo link, se abre una ventana (aparte de la página que haya abierto) con la siguiente dirección (http://dlvr.readserver.net), de igual forma se coloca un opo up permanente en mi hotmail.com y no puedo ver los primeros 5 email...muchas gracias por la ayuda

        • 1. Re: Problemas con (http://dlvr.readserver.net)
          Peter M

          Google Translate isn't working very well but I think you are having problems with page hijacking?

           

          You really should be asking a malware removal forum but I would  recommend you download Malwarebytes Free from the last link in my signature below and scan.

           

          If I have misunderstood you and you are having software issues then you should contact Technical Support in your own language: http://service.mcafee.com/ProductSelect.aspx?lc=8202&sg=TS&pt=1

           

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          Traductor Google no está funcionando muy bien, pero creo que usted está teniendo problemas con el secuestro de la página?

          Usted realmente debe estar preguntando un foro malware, pero yo recomendaría descargar Malwarebytes gratuito desde el último eslabón de mi firma y escanear.

          Si te he entendido mal y usted está teniendo problemas con el software, entonces usted debe ponerse en contacto con Soporte Técnico en su propio idioma: http://service.mcafee.com/ProductSelect.aspx?lc=8202&sg=TS&pt=1

          • 2. Re: Problemas con (http://dlvr.readserver.net)
            Hayton

            The poster is saying that his browser is displaying advertisements in Hotmail from dlvr.readserver.net near the top of the page.

             

            I know the free version of Hotmail (now re-branded as Outlook) sometimes includes advertisements from external sources (you pay for the service, one way or another), and that is what the poster is asking about.

             

            That particular advertisement provider has been flagged by Chrome in the recent past as a distributor of malware through 3rd-party advertisments. See this thread on the CNET forum from last August, where a Chrome warning for a Greek user is being discussed

            Chrome warning in Greek.PNG

             

            Danger: Malware Program!


            Google Chrome has temporarily restricted access from this computer to this website www1.watchop.com


            Content from the main server dlvr.readserver.net, a known malware distributor, has been placed in this website.

            Accessing this webpage at this moment, may infect your computer with a malware (program).


            This malware is the type which may lead to loss of identity information, financial loss, or files being compromized.

             

             

            So dlvr.readserver.net has been compromised in the past to serve malware, and that makes it untrustworthy.

             

            If jlga26 does not already have an advertisement-blocking add-on in the browser that he is using (such as AdBlock) he should install one. If the browser is Firefox I would also advise adding NoScript. And adding Abine's DoNotTrackMe would also be a good idea. Together these will block most advertisers and trackers.

             

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            ... dlvr.readserver.net se ha comprometido en el pasado para servir malware, y que hace que sea poco fiable.

             

            Si jlga26 aún no tiene un anuncio de bloqueo de complemento en el navegador que está utilizando (como AdBlock) debe instalar uno. Si el navegador es Firefox También aconsejaría añadir NoScript. Y añadiendo DoNotTrackMe de Abine También sería una buena idea. En conjunto, estos bloquean la mayoría de los anunciantes y los rastreadores.

             

            Message was edited by: Hayton on 01/02/14 04:49:26 GMT