|HTML:iframe-inf code alert. Big Geek Daddy uses Avast Anti Virus and found two legitimate websites that had been
infected with an Iframe code. Avast identifies this as HTML:iframe-inf. I don't believe this is a false positive and if Avast or
whatever Anti Virus Protection you are using gives you a similar warning then follow the prompt to abort the connection.
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You might also consider sending an email to the website owner letting them know what page you encountered this on as they
are probably unaware that their website has been hacked and infected with malicious code. Legitimate websites do get hacked
The screenshots below show the "A Virus Was Found" Alerts from Avast Anti Virus when the pages with the HTML:iframe-inf
code were visited.