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Hello! Is this website safe or I just got keylogger or some shit in my PC?

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I'm really afraid that I opened a keylogger/virus site? So this site used to be a gaming site, but now idk. I think it disbanded or some shit and now.. Once I opened it.. It directed me to a casino site? Am I safe or this site is actually a keylogger/bitcoin miner site? Is there any chance to tell or how to check? Like I didn't find anything suspicious in processes atm.. But still I'm afraid I fucked up by opening that link :D The site I'm talking about -potentially dangerous link removed-

I would really appreciate if some1 could tell me should I be actually worried or it's nothing that I should be scared of?

 

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First off, you should delete the link so no one accidentally clicks it and gets malware.

 

Second, follow this step by step guide(which should be stickied).

 

 

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yeah but I'm asking for some professional advice?? Appereantly it redirects you to a casino site but idk if it infected my PC with something or not? Is there any chance how to tell? I mean there should be some smart people who knows about this stuff or something?

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Any1 can follow anything but can still fuck up things more? I'm just curious if I actually got some malware by opening it or not? or it's a common thing to get redirected from an old website to some random casino site?

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2 minutes ago, marttin said:

yeah but I'm asking for some professional advice??

Very few of us are actual profesionals.

 

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Run Windows Defender and do a skan

Download Malwarebytes, run it and do a skan.

 

Unlikely you got a keylogger just by entering a site.

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8 minutes ago, marttin said:

yeah but I'm asking for some professional advice?? Appereantly it redirects you to a casino site but idk if it infected my PC with something or not? Is there any chance how to tell? I mean there should be some smart people who knows about this stuff or something?

 

7 minutes ago, marttin said:

Any1 can follow anything but can still fuck up things more? I'm just curious if I actually got some malware by opening it or not? or it's a common thing to get redirected from an old website to some random casino site?

Use the tools and instructions in the guide to find out. No one can telepathically know if your PC is infected.

 

The professional cybersecurity advice would still be: check using the tools i linked you to... They are created and used by cybersecurity professionals.

 

You still didnt reformat the link either. Are you trying to spread malware?

 

@GoldenLag

 

If he doesnt use rootkit detection and do a comprehensive scan like my guide instructs he can easily miss things.

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1 minute ago, corrado33 said:

I checked it on my mac and it just directed me to the facebook login page. 

Why would you click a potentially malicious link on any device? Just paste it into VirusTotal's link analyzer...

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ok so I just downloaded adwcleaner.. I don't know how strong or powerful it is to find something on PC.. It shows it found 0 threats 

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1 minute ago, Amazonsucks said:

Why would you click a potentially malicious link on any device? Just paste it into VirusTotal's link analyzer...

Because it's a mac and largely immune to windows viruses and I know when my computer has been infected?

 

Seriously.... no one in their right mind would make an internet site with a virus for a mac... not enough marketshare. 

 

 

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Just now, Amazonsucks said:

Why would you click a potentially malicious link on any device? Just paste it into VirusTotal's link analyzer...

You do realise people have some shitty PCs which they just use to expierement with sites/watch movies online and shit so on.. JUst not to get their good PCs infected with all of that shit? Obviously people who have brains does that.. But I'm not interested to find threats/viruses or anything.. So there's people with those extra PCs and they've time and try to help other people who have opened something on accident? Obviously I bet there's some people who are interested in this anti-malicious/malware.. Oh it redirected me to casino.synottip.lv

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It redirected from that skillz gallery site to this synottip casino site which I mentioned above this post

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15 minutes ago, corrado33 said:

Because it's a mac and largely immune to windows viruses and I know when my computer has been infected?

 

Seriously.... no one in their right mind would make an internet site with a virus for a mac... not enough marketshare. 

 

 

Both of those are common misconceptions. Some really nasty malware is written for Macs but ok. I like to follow security best practices and clicking potentially live malware links is against that.

 

14 minutes ago, marttin said:

You do realise people have some shitty PCs which they just use to expierement with sites/watch movies online and shit so on.. JUst not to get their good PCs infected with all of that shit? Obviously people who have brains does that.. But I'm not interested to find threats/viruses or anything.. So there's people with those extra PCs and they've time and try to help other people who have opened something on accident? Obviously I bet there's some people who are interested in this anti-malicious/malware.. Oh it redirected me to casino.synottip.lv

You do realize that VirusTotal and other similar site and file analysis tools do that without someone actually foolishly clicking your potentially malicious site, right?

 

Only been doing cybersecurity related work for 6 years so what do i know right?

12 minutes ago, marttin said:

https://www.virustotal.com/#/domain/casino.synottip.lv so does it prove it's safe? and nothing really happened? It just redirects people to random/safe sites? Since it's an old website and it got closed I think?

Might be nothing but you should still thoroughly check if you want to actually know. Youre asking a question which is literally impossible to answer without having access to your computer. You have access to it so you should probably be the one who checks and makes the final determination.

 

VT analysis says its clean but i like to be thorough. This is the original links analysis btw.

 

https://www.virustotal.com/#/url/55167a354316c15f9c7f7e551f4b634d1f32946abaf3fe7fb59fdaa787a7fec7/details

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6 minutes ago, Amazonsucks said:

Both of those are common misconceptions. Some really nasty makware is written for Macs but ok. I like to follow security best practices and clicking potentially live malware links is against that.

Really now? Well in 25+ years of owning a mac I've never gotten a virus... ever... so... uhm.... I'll take my experience over your likely hatred for macs. 

 

Attempting to propagate viruses on mac is dumb because there aren't enough macs to successfully get the virus out there. It's like trying to spread a message by ONLY talking the black albino people. It's simply dumb and won't work. 

 

And sure, yes, I'm sure someone HAS written bad malware for macs, but it's likely impossible to actually GET. 

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13 minutes ago, Amazonsucks said:

Both of those are common misconceptions. Some really nasty malware is written for Macs but ok. I like to follow security best practices and clicking potentially live malware links is against that.

 

You do realize that VirusTotal and other similar site and file analysis tools do that without someone actually foolishly clicking your potentially malicious site, right?

 

Only been doing cybersecurity related work for 6 years so what do i know right?

Might be nothing but you should still thoroughly check if you want to actually know. Youre asking a question which is literally impossible to answer without having access to your computer. You have access to it so you should probably be the one who checks and makes the final determination.

 

VT analysis says its clean but i like to be thorough. This is the original links analysis btw.

 

https://www.virustotal.com/#/url/55167a354316c15f9c7f7e551f4b634d1f32946abaf3fe7fb59fdaa787a7fec7/details

Need to look at the domain to get a better idea.

 

https://www.virustotal.com/#/domain/skillz.lv

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Well if you've expierence in cybersecurity for 6years then why you just can't simply answer? Like give me an example of method to check shit out instead of using 3rd party programms to scan all of my PC? Which is also quite common risk to get your PC infected by unwanted shit.. Since they alll want to do is suck your money to buy premiums.. And gives some random advertisements.. Like any anti-virus programm does? I linked you below 4pictures of my task manager.. There's one where you can see how it looks while it's a complete idle state almost.. Is that normal memory usage while doing nothing? 8-9%? You ain't really helping by giving me link to tutorial how to do something or answering my questions.. That's why I make topic so people respond and give their opinion or solution how to solve my problem.. I don't expect them to just throw links randomly towards me

 

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2 minutes ago, corrado33 said:

Really now? Well in 25+ years of owning a mac I've never gotten a virus... ever... so... uhm.... I'll take my experience over your likely hatred for macs. 

 

Attempting to propagate viruses on mac is dumb because there aren't enough macs to successfully get the virus out there. It's like trying to spread a message by ONLY talking the black albino people. It's simply dumb and won't work. 

 

And sure, yes, I'm sure someone HAS written bad malware for macs, but it's likely impossible to actually GET. 

Oh i love when people say stuff like that. "My pc is perfectly clean and has no viruses!" Then i teach them how to actually check and they find ZeroAccess or a bunch of other crypted RATs. The reality is that many people THINK they have no malware because the malware is doing its job, being stealthy.

 

https://blog.malwarebytes.com/101/2018/03/the-state-of-mac-malware/

 

https://blog.malwarebytes.com/threat-analysis/2018/09/mac-app-store-apps-are-stealing-user-data/

 

https://blog.malwarebytes.com/threat-analysis/2018/10/mac-malware-intercepts-encrypted-web-traffic-for-ad-injection/

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@Amazonsucks so do you see anything suspicious in the processes? or the CPU/GPU/MEMORY usage while opening a single photo on PC?

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1 minute ago, Amazonsucks said:

Oh i love when people say stuff like that. "My pc is perfectly clean and has no viruses!" Then i teach them how to actually check and they find ZeroAccess or a bunch of other crypted RATs. The reality is that many people THINK they have no malware because the malware is doing its job, being stealthy.

 

https://blog.malwarebytes.com/101/2018/03/the-state-of-mac-malware/

 

https://blog.malwarebytes.com/threat-analysis/2018/09/mac-app-store-apps-are-stealing-user-data/

 

https://blog.malwarebytes.com/threat-analysis/2018/10/mac-malware-intercepts-encrypted-web-traffic-for-ad-injection/

You know, just for fun, I checked every single thing on each of those sites and guess what.....

 

No viruses here. 

 

Wow, I'm so surprised. 

 

Maybe because I'm not an idiot and I don't install things that automatically download from websites and I don't install bullshit programs that claim to do something that wouldn't make sense.

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14 minutes ago, Amazonsucks said:

Oh i love when people say stuff like that. "My pc is perfectly clean and has no viruses!" Then i teach them how to actually check and they find ZeroAccess or a bunch of other crypted RATs. The reality is that many people THINK they have no malware because the malware is doing its job, being stealthy.

 

https://blog.malwarebytes.com/101/2018/03/the-state-of-mac-malware/

 

https://blog.malwarebytes.com/threat-analysis/2018/09/mac-app-store-apps-are-stealing-user-data/

 

https://blog.malwarebytes.com/threat-analysis/2018/10/mac-malware-intercepts-encrypted-web-traffic-for-ad-injection/

After further investigation, I've found that in order to install ANY of those viruses, the user has to be a literal idiot. You actually have to TRY to install it, type in your admin password, and let it install. 

 

Or you have to look for a stupid app "Dr. Antivirus" (really?) on the app store. (Which isn't even available anymore.) And/or download stuff from "macupdate"... something I haven't done since I was like... 10. 

 

So please, inform me how I can get a virus on a mac simply by clicking on a link with no further action. 

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10 minutes ago, marttin said:

Well if you've expierence in cybersecurity for 6years then why you just can't simply answer? Like give me an example of method to check shit out instead of using 3rd party programms to scan all of my PC? Which is also quite common risk to get your PC infected by unwanted shit.. Since they alll want to do is suck your money to buy premiums.. And gives some random advertisements.. Like any anti-virus programm does? I linked you below 4pictures of my task manager.. There's one where you can see how it looks while it's a complete idle state almost.. Is that normal memory usage while doing nothing? 8-9%? You ain't really helping by giving me link to tutorial how to do something or answering my questions.. That's why I make topic so people respond and give their opinion or solution how to solve my problem.. I don't expect them to just throw links randomly towards me

 

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Because i cant do a TRON and go into your computer to check it without some tools? And i DID simply answer. The stuff in the guide i wrote has a simple to follow procedure to actually check and also instructions how to keep your computer secure.

 

NONE of the things i linked have any advertisements in them and i even explained in the link how to do a free security setup. I wouldnt use it if it had those vulnerabilities. I even wrote about "security software" being exploited in the thread i linked lol.

 

Secondly, half the tools i link to are directly FROM MICROSOFT, not third party at all. Process explorer, autoruns, Microsoft MSRT, MIcrosoft Safety Scanner are all from M$ themselves.

 

Linking a picture of task manager does nothing to show me a ring 0 rootkit so like i said, i just use the right tools to do the job. 

 

I dont see anything immediately suspicious in the pictures but that isnt a good measure of security.

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5 minutes ago, corrado33 said:

After further investigation, I've found that in order to install ANY of those viruses, the user has to be a literal idiot. You actually have to TRY to install it, type in your admin password, and let it install. 

 

Or you have to look for a stupid app "Dr. Antivirus" (really?) on the app store. (Which isn't even available anymore.) 

 

So please, inform me how I can get a virus on a mac simply by clicking on a link with no further action. 

Using browser zero days like on a windows machine obviously. They do exist for mac too you know.

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9 minutes ago, Amazonsucks said:

Using browser zero days like on a windows machine obviously. They do exist for mac too you know.

Yea, but they're very few and far between, and involve VERY specific circumstances (usually a guest account, or chrome's remote access), and have mostly been fixed. 

 

Please find me a website that I can click on that will actually install a virus on my mac without my intervention. 

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19 minutes ago, Amazonsucks said:

Because i cant do a TRON and go into your computer to check it without some tools? And i DID simply answer. The stuff in the guide i wrote has a simple to follow procedure to actually check and also instructions how to keep your computer secure.

 

NONE of the things i linked have any advertisements in them and i even explained in the link how to do a free security setup. I wouldnt use it if it had those vulnerabilities. I even wrote about "security software" being exploited in the thread i linked lol.

 

Secondly, half the tools i link to are directly FROM MICROSOFT, not third party at all. Process explorer, autoruns, Microsoft MSRT, MIcrosoft Safety Scanner are all from M$ themselves.

 

Linking a picture of task manager does nothing to show me a ring 0 rootkit so like i said, i just use the right tools to do the job. 

 

I dont see anything immediately suspicious in the pictures but that isnt a good measure of security.

Yeah you linked that guide.. I downloaded the software called adwcleaner 7.2.5v  there and once I did the scan it showed 0threats found.. So by your saying it goes like this I download every software there is on that guide and if it shows 0threats I'm gucci.. So this is how it feels like to work for 6years at cybersecurity related work? I think you should atleast have some knowledge or you should atleast try to explain in simple way where I should check for possible threats instead of linking meaningless guides... It's like literally giving me a book and reading it all while the most of the stuff what's written there's unecessary for me and it isn't like actually related to the question I'm asking? Well I've another question if I'm using google chrome + extension (uBlock+AdBlocker) doesn't it kinda deny access to get infected by opening some random site? Don't they've like built in protection into the web browser/extension?

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