Problems activating your account? Send notification email to: admin@post4vps.com
Host4Fun Budget VPS Hosting

Thread Rating:
  • 0 Vote(s) - 0 Average
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
Mine JseCoin with your web hosting
#21
(11-27-2018, 12:10 PM)arsalahmed786 Wrote:  @KGIII

That's the kind of you for the support, actually i'm using it on forum.pirateshosting.com and JseCoin's policy says mining won't start until visitor click continue button at down below. There is a newsletter at the bottom like cookies permission their policy and all important things are mentioned with logo and continue button. It won't start until they click on it.

The forum already gonna closed because we already shut down, free department where we provide free stuff like gameserver and web hosting and even sometime VPS.

Not to offend you, but its a complete lie. When I visited your forum, the website automatically started mining coins from my computer(back around 1-2 months ago). And ever since then, my image for you has been so down. I was even about to sponsor your company before PV4, but no. Thanks to my antivirus which I installed later and realized that my computer was used to mine coins without my consent(cookies & cache scanning).

Sorry for lulposting xd

Premium Web Hosting | ShadowCrypt | ManalShaikh.info Blog
Reply
#22
(11-28-2018, 04:59 PM)Manal Wrote:  Not to offend you, but its a complete lie. When I visited your forum, the website automatically started mining coins from my computer(back around 1-2 months ago). And ever since then, my image for you has been so down. I was even about to sponsor your company before PV4, but no. Thanks to my antivirus which I installed later and realized that my computer was used to mine coins without my consent(cookies & cache scanning).

You might already clicked continue button, it only shown once then it won't show until your browser cache expired. You can see attach image as example there already mention about donating surplus resource.

Edited: Please open image in new tab.


Attached Files Image(s)
   
Best regards,
Support Team of Post4VPS.
Terminal
Thanks to VirMach for Sponsorship and Thanks Post4VPS for providing me a great VPS: 9
Reply
#23
(11-28-2018, 04:59 PM)Manal Wrote:  Not to offend you, but its a complete lie. When I visited your forum, the website automatically started mining coins from my computer(back around 1-2 months ago). And ever since then, my image for you has been so down. I was even about to sponsor your company before PV4, but no. Thanks to my antivirus which I installed later and realized that my computer was used to mine coins without my consent(cookies & cache scanning).

Thank you for the honesty in warning us. Not specifically regarding @arsalahmed786's Website, but in general. I've got such little experience with mining of coins, I wouldn't even know if my computer is being mined. Your post has alerted me to the possibility of that.

If I may ask, how does one do scanning of cookies & cache, or is the scanning of cookies & cache implicit with one's anti-virus scanning? I have regular scanning with Microsoft Security Essentials on Windows 7 as well as occasional scanning with Malwarebytes. Would they pick up on that and how would they identify the mining issue - what should I be looking out for?
[Image: 4ax8Kok.png]
Thank you to Post4VPS and Hostlease for use of VPS 15 during March.
- DH Blog




Reply
#24
(11-29-2018, 11:22 AM)deanhills Wrote:  Thank you for the honesty in warning us. Not specifically regarding @arsalahmed786's Website, but in general. I've got such little experience with mining of coins, I wouldn't even know if my computer is being mined. Your post has alerted me to the possibility of that.

If I may ask, how does one do scanning of cookies & cache, or is the scanning of cookies & cache implicit with one's anti-virus scanning? I have regular scanning with Microsoft Security Essentials on Windows 7 as well as occasional scanning with Malwarebytes. Would they pick up on that and how would they identify the mining issue - what should I be looking out for?

It is not any public defender. It was given to me by a cyber security and international agency as I am their Indian operation field head. So, being that a agreement, I cannot disclose you the name of the agency. However, I can tell you how it works.

The defender scans my whole computer and also scans cache files of my browser, then it reads the whole file and decodes it in the form of website's last visit archive and HTML form. The scanner checks for any malicious scripts, if anything is found that has potential to harm my PC resources, it blocks the website. It means, the defender would block the website if I decide to visit it in future. I'll have to whitelist them by doing many stuffs and putting it in exceptions and bla bla to finally get it unblocked.

Thank you,
Manal S.

Sorry for lulposting xd

Premium Web Hosting | ShadowCrypt | ManalShaikh.info Blog
Reply
#25
(11-29-2018, 02:55 PM)Manal Wrote:  It is not any public defender. It was given to me by a cyber security and international agency as I am their Indian operation field head. So, being that a agreement, I cannot disclose you the name of the agency. However, I can tell you how it works.

The defender scans my whole computer and also scans cache files of my browser, then it reads the whole file and decodes it in the form of website's last visit archive and HTML form. The scanner checks for any malicious scripts, if anything is found that has potential to harm my PC resources, it blocks the website. It means, the defender would block the website if I decide to visit it in future. I'll have to whitelist them by doing many stuffs and putting it in exceptions and bla bla to finally get it unblocked.

Thank you,
Manal S.

OK got it thanks @Manal. You're moving in circles where you have to have a clean cache. And you have someone with a powerful detector at a very sophisticated and professional level to check it out for you. I'll check with Google - I think I've come across online checkers (reliable ones I hope) who can do it too. OK maybe this will work?
https://cwatch.comodo.com/website-securi...ting-tool/

Perhaps @xdude can say whether his Comodo all in one security package includes a cache checker and whether it is implicit in it to check the cache specifically for something like this.
[Image: 4ax8Kok.png]
Thank you to Post4VPS and Hostlease for use of VPS 15 during March.
- DH Blog




Reply
#26
Umm, I'm afraid that you're wrong. That's not how it works. It scans for the cache, decode it back into HTML form, scan the HTML codes and check for any malicious <script> or any other tag. If found any, the defender would block or prompt alot of messages before I can access that website next time. I do scans one time in fifteen days.

Sorry for lulposting xd

Premium Web Hosting | ShadowCrypt | ManalShaikh.info Blog
Reply
#27
(11-30-2018, 02:28 PM)Manal Wrote:  Umm, I'm afraid that you're wrong. That's not how it works. It scans for the cache, decode it back into HTML form, scan the HTML codes and check for any malicious <script> or any other tag. If found any, the defender would block or prompt alot of messages before I can access that website next time. I do scans one time in fifteen days.
You're right. This is way above my comfort zone knowledge and experience wise. Kind'a scary, as I find there is a potential offsetting hacker use behind a sophisticated invention to keep things clean.
[Image: 4ax8Kok.png]
Thank you to Post4VPS and Hostlease for use of VPS 15 during March.
- DH Blog




Reply
 


Forum Jump:


Users browsing this thread: 1 Guest(s)

Sponsors: VirMach - Host4Fun - CubeData - Evolution-Host - HostDare - SSDBlaze - VPSlices - Abc-Hosters - Hyper Expert - Shadow Hosting - Bladenode - HostDoc - Hostlease


About Post4VPS

Post4VPS is a forum/destiny where you can Delploy Your Free VPSs just by the Power of Posts.

We Provide VPSs of many locations like Germany,US,Canada,France,London,etc.

We also Provide VPSs of Both Linux and Windows OS.