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Avast antivirus claims java update is infected
Avast antivirus claims the "chrome.java-api-update . com" is infected with JS:Cryptonight[Trj]. Frequently when clicking the mouse, I get a popup informing me that the connection was aborted. It has become more than annoying. Any suggestions. Only happens in Vivaldi, not in the latest version of Opera. Haven't tried other browsers since it seems to be a Chrome based problem.
sgunhouse last edited by
Strange, I didn't think any Chromium-based browsers still supported Java ...
I have java in my PC for being used by some utilities that I use, but this link necessarily has to be a fake, since no Chromium uses Java and the link of Java update can not have therefore the string 'chrome-java....'
The official address is https://www.java.com/Reply Quote 1 1 Reply Last reply
Blackbird last edited by
The IP for chrome.java-api-update. com crosses to 220.127.116.11 with a server hostname of "static.18.104.22.168 clients.your-server. de" owned by Hetzner Online GmbH. (I've intentionally obfuscated all links). I couldn't find any blacklistings for the IP, but it seems peculiar that anything related to Chrome or Java would operate via an obscure webserver in Kassel, Germany.
Let check Virustotal the domain at and you will see found Malware alerts.Reply Quote 1 1 Reply Last reply
@blackbird Thank you. Jerry
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