Yontoo react virusprogram on my pc when I am not connected to my webbsite
AnonymousNovember 1, 2011 at 12:19 pm #2181
I have the name Yontoo in body html. Is there a problem?
It is working in the background the virusprogram says…Admin
here are the cod in body.html from your grapene
<div id=”YontooLocationStore2″ style=”display: none;”>http://localhost/wordpress/TrueFacts/</div>
<div id=”YontooLocationStore2″ style=”display: none;”>http://search.babylon.com/?babsrc=NT_bb</div>
<div id=”YontooInstallID” style=”display: none;”>cbcc8717-744b-4155-b91c-6eb0387fdae2</div>Mod
What your code is showing is styling information that Yontoo is loading onto your site.
id="YontooLocationStore2"is applying a Yontoo style to anything in that
<div>, which is a little odd, because it is also styled as
display:noneso those links won’t actually appear on your blog.
Makes me wonder, anyway. I am generally distrustful of such things.
Yontoo is a browser add-on that allows you to customize your browsing experience. Yontoo is a platform that enables Yontoo Apps, which can be used to enhance many of the Web pages you visit. You can get more info about Yontoo at http://www.yontoo.com. Yontoo is not a virus. Yontoo is sometimes included in various downloadable software bundles, but in all cases, you should be notified that Yontoo will be installed and have the option to opt-out of the installation. If you feel like you acquired Yontoo without your consent, you should contact them at http://www.yontoo.com/ContactUs.aspx. Yontoo does not condone deceptive installation practices.
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