I thought you might want to know about this. Not sure if it's actually significant though:
I went on this site (it's Greek, I think) and as soon as I got there my Avira av (free edition) popped up saying:
Virus or unwanted program
detected in file 'C:\Documents and Settings\user\Application Data\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\86g331pp.default\tidy\tidy_last_validated.html.
I wasn't sure if it's the fault of that site so I visited it again and a similar responce from Avira was given:
The file 'C:\Documents and Settings\user\Local Settings\Application Data\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\86g331pp.default\Cache\3ED1C03Fd01'
contained a virus or unwanted program 'HTML/Rce.Gen' [virus]
The "dangerous" (maybe) site is:
BE CAREFUL BEFORE VISITING!:http://farol.snn.gr/provera/eunet-provera-vremena.htmlBE CAREFUL BEFORE VISITING!
The reason I thought it might interest you is that the info about it I could find from Avira is this:
One major goal of malware authors is to execute code on the victims computer. This Remote Code Execution can be achieved by using security holes in the web browser. The AHeAD HTML Heuristics detects the attempt to execute code and alerts it as HTML/Rce.Gen.
I was using as always Firefox (3.6.13) with NoScript installed and NOT on "Globally Allow Scripts".
Well maybe you will have fun to look into it, or maybe it was just a false positive.
BTW you can delete the URL address if I shouldn't be posting it publicly.