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First posted on 07 December 2017.
There are no other names known for Trojan:JS/HideLink.A.
Installationsection. You can find this code by searching the HTML content of the website for “document.write(”. An example of the malicious code is shown below:
Adds hidden website content
This threat hides content off the screen of websites you are viewing.
This code places the class named dnn off the screen, so the user will not see its content. Inside the class dnn, there is typically text and links that are used to improve the search engine result ranking of the tageted websites. For example, we have seen it hiding links to “Advanced Cash”:
Analysis by Geoff McDonald
Last update 07 December 2017