Does this site have viruses?
#1
I'm really not the best with sites that have viruses and things like that, except for the obvious ones that say they're giving out free Steam cards or something. But I was looking at this video saying that a streamer got hacked by "ISIS" (doubt it's actually ISIS), but before I even thought about my safety I instantly type in the URL of the website by the hackers. The URL is http://isis.team 
It was only after I checked out this site I thought about all of the bad things.

Anyways, I was wondering if someone could help me find out if this site uses cookies, downloads viruses or anything like that.

Link to the video that I was watching if you're interested: link
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#2
"could help me find out if this site uses cookies" You might want to consider removing that anonymous banner in your signature. But outside of that. Open a virtual machine, get into a browser like chrome, open the developer console, view resources/HTML/JS. Look for anything that might look like payload or any downloads. It's kind of hard to automagically force someone to download a file AND then run it. I haven't seen anything like that since IE6 but at the same time I don't keep up with major browsing exploits. Most likely this guy was social engineered and was an idiot and deserved everything coming to him.
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#3
(02-03-2016, 05:45 PM)NO-OP Wrote: "could help me find out if this site uses cookies"  You might want to consider removing that anonymous banner in your signature.  But outside of that.  Open a virtual machine, get into a browser like chrome, open the developer console, view resources/HTML/JS.  Look for anything that might look like payload or any downloads.  It's kind of hard to automagically force someone to download a file AND then run it.  I haven't seen anything like that since IE6 but at the same time I don't keep up with major browsing exploits.  Most likely this guy was social engineered and was an idiot and deserved everything coming to him.

Haha, yeah I might remove the Anonymous mask, but it goes with the quote so I might not. I'll definitely check it out on a virtual machine.
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#4
Lol the anonymous mask part was funny. But have you considered using protection like "noscript" or self "destructing cookies"
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#5
(02-04-2016, 08:32 PM)Mr.Masked Wrote: Lol the anonymous mask part was funny. But have you considered using protection like "noscript" or self "destructing cookies"

No, I haven't used any of those because I don't use a Mozilla based browser, I use Chrome. But I might consider switching over to Mozilla Firefox to try this out, thanks.
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(02-05-2016, 04:50 AM)Beau Wrote:
(02-04-2016, 08:32 PM)Mr.Masked Wrote: Lol the anonymous mask part was funny. But have you considered using protection like "noscript" or self "destructing cookies"

No, I haven't used any of those because I don't use a Mozilla based browser, I use Chrome. But I might consider switching over to Mozilla Firefox to try this out, thanks.

Meet the chrome app-store: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/category/apps
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(02-05-2016, 04:50 AM)Beau Wrote:
(02-04-2016, 08:32 PM)Mr.Masked Wrote: Lol the anonymous mask part was funny. But have you considered using protection like "noscript" or self "destructing cookies"

No, I haven't used any of those because I don't use a Mozilla based browser, I use Chrome. But I might consider switching over to Mozilla Firefox to try this out, thanks.

Well there is an app store for chrome xD. But I don't recommend using chrome unless it's something like Epic privacy browser which is made like chrome. But it leaks WebRTC. So yea use firefox
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(02-06-2016, 04:52 PM)Mr.Masked Wrote:
(02-05-2016, 04:50 AM)Beau Wrote:
(02-04-2016, 08:32 PM)Mr.Masked Wrote: Lol the anonymous mask part was funny. But have you considered using protection like "noscript" or self "destructing cookies"

No, I haven't used any of those because I don't use a Mozilla based browser, I use Chrome. But I might consider switching over to Mozilla Firefox to try this out, thanks.

Well there is an app store for chrome xD. But I don't recommend using chrome unless it's something like Epic privacy browser which is made like chrome. But it leaks WebRTC. So yea use firefox
WebRTC only effected windows pc's. I guess you're vunrable ;Wink Eitherway firefox is just as vunrable in other places. Icewesel is probably among the more secure browsers out there. 

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