In a recent review, i highlighted the malicious IP: 18.104.22.168. That said, according to both hpHosts and IPVOID, that malicious IP number points to: florida-retirement.org. Why is that important? Because (although it was a cached page from hpHosts) that malicious IP and correspondingly florida-retirement.org WERE found in hpHosts database in RED which generally indicates Engaged in Malware Distribution (EMD)/ Exploits. Here is the direct reference: https://hosts-file.net/default.asp?s=22.214.171.124
Not for nothing, but, i think it would be in the interest of Symantec Employees to investigate this lead further.
Well, i was on this site for quite some time no problems, however, all of a sudden, Norton pre-emptively blocked page 30 of the story i was viewing. Full extension: http://www.iflmylife.com/culture/televangelists-secrets/30/ Not sure if a fluke, but, did not really want to take a chance and disregard Norton’s warning. Therefore, i’m leaving this at a “caution” for now.
In a recent intrusion attempt blocked by Norton 360, the following was also indicated in the program notification:
Full malicious extension: dofixesallwwindowsnow.bid/binance/ico.html
Intrusion attempt blocked.
Norton 360 recently provided a warning for this one. Intrusion Attempt blocked: Web Attack: Fake Tech Support Website 40.