Changeset 471:43fd629102c4 in nginx_org


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Timestamp:
03/29/12 12:48:21 (8 years ago)
Author:
Andrey Alexeev <andrew@…>
Branch:
default
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public
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svn:fcc2d828-4ac3-e011-b76d-00259023448c/@472
Message:
  • Added a few additional notes about what might be wrong
  • Added link to MS Malware removal tool
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  • xml/en/docs/welcome_nginx_facebook.xml

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    1919<para>
    2020I suspect something is wrong and there is probably a malicious attempt here
    21 to direct me to a rogue web page (for hacking my computer, phishing etc.).
     21to direct me to a rogue web page (to break into my computer, do phishing etc.).
    2222Why is that and what has nginx to do with my attempts to connect
    2323to Facebook (Yahoo!, Google, etc.) ?
     
    4141<para>
    4242However, you are right in your assumption that something must be wrong
    43 with your computer or browser, or operating system setup when you are
     43with your browser, operating system or even router setup when you are
    4444trying to access a well known web site and instead of a familiar page you get
    4545&ldquo;Welcome to nginx!&rdquo;. This should not happen if your computer
    46 is clean and safe.
     46and network are clean and safe.
    4747</para>
    4848
     
    5353on your computer. It may happen that some malign entity is trying
    5454to divert the traffic from your computer to a wrong server and
    55 potentially cause significant harm to you and the other users on
    56 the Internet.
     55hijack the data, which may subsequently lead to a significant harm.
    5756</para>
    5857
     
    6261
    6362<para>
    64 (Disclaimer: we at nginx are not responsible for any negative
     63(Disclaimer: at nginx we are not responsible for any negative
    6564impact or effects that the actions below might cause. Use the
    6665following recommendations at your own risk, especially if
     
    107106"Clear Browsing Data (Chrome)". Caution: you may be
    108107deleting saved passwords information here, so do it carefully
    109 and check what actions you are performing.
     108and check what exact actions you are performing.
    110109</listitem>
    111110
     
    143142</para>
    144143
     144<para>
     145Microsoft's Malicious Software Removal Tool:
     146</para>
     147
     148<para>
     149<link url="http://www.microsoft.com/security/pc-security/malware-removal.aspx">
     150http://www.microsoft.com/security/pc-security/malware-removal.aspx
     151</link>
     152</para>
     153
    145154</section>
    146155
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