Google flags PHP.net as website with malware (update: fixed)
Google flagged the website of the open source scripting language PHP.net as containing malware. The website is used by developers all over the world to download the PHP software and to look up functions of the language. PHP is used by millions of websites, like ours, to make the site more dynamic by including e.g. data from a database and displaying content under specific conditions.
More specifically Google reports four trojans coming from 4 different domains, including cobbcountybankruptcylawyer.com, stephaniemari.com and northgadui.com.
Update: the issue is fixed now, Google no longer marks the site as harmful.
There are 0 comments
Most popular headlines
- Sun 26 Oct 11:10 by DoMiN8ToR
Traces in the Android source code give us hints that the next Nexus device will ...
- Mon 27 Oct 05:10 by DoMiN8ToR
The Spanish company CineMartin claims to have developed software that makes it p...
- Fri 24 Oct 12:10 by DoMiN8ToR
Anti-virus company Avast released the 2015 version of their virus scanner w...
- Tue 28 Oct 04:10 by DoMiN8ToR
Microsoft will no longer sell computers with Windows 7 installed starting t...
- Wed 29 Oct 07:10 by DoMiN8ToR
Our firsts with the free version of Cinemartin MyBD indicate that the software d...