Select Page

Second Life: Perceived by some as the second coming, etc. (and Sunbelt has a big presence there). Others as a pile of hogwash. Whatever, but there’s a site called “insidesecondlife” with the different TLDs — .com, .net., .org. All are owned by a “P2P Inside”.

Registered under the notorious Esthost, an ISP that has a history of being friendly to malware vendors.

Well, the .com and .net are “splogs” — spam blogs which have a look like Digg.

Insidesecondlife dot com:

Insidesec1

Insidesecondlife dot net:

Insidesec2

But then here’s something of mild interset — the .org brings up a page for an antispyware application, ContraVirus:

Contravirus129388888

Nothing unduly alarming here, more of a curiosity (Contravirus is on the rogue list, but is not in the class of WinFixer/SpySheriff/etc.).

Alex Eckelberry


Fatal error: Uncaught wfWAFStorageFileException: Unable to save temporary file for atomic writing. in /home/eckelberry1966/public_html/sunbeltblog/wp-content/plugins/wordfence/vendor/wordfence/wf-waf/src/lib/storage/file.php:34 Stack trace: #0 /home/eckelberry1966/public_html/sunbeltblog/wp-content/plugins/wordfence/vendor/wordfence/wf-waf/src/lib/storage/file.php(658): wfWAFStorageFile::atomicFilePutContents('/home/eckelberr...', '<?php exit('Acc...') #1 [internal function]: wfWAFStorageFile->saveConfig('livewaf') #2 {main} thrown in /home/eckelberry1966/public_html/sunbeltblog/wp-content/plugins/wordfence/vendor/wordfence/wf-waf/src/lib/storage/file.php on line 34