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ISP TELSTRA (AUS) blocks Aslains downloads

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Whenever a new update of WoT happens, I need to get the latest version of Aslains modpack.

 

Until recently, there has been no problems.  Then, a couple of months ago, my ISP, Telstra (Aus) has decided the following...

 

Malicious Content

We've blocked a website that may contain Malicious Content. The http://yabuilder.com site you've been blocked from visiting may contain viruses, trojans or spyware that can be harmful to your devices.

 

Tried to find a mirror site, but none are up to date for Aslain's WoT ModPack v9.20.1.2 #10, 

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There are 10 links. Surely you're not seeing that on all of them?

 

Which one did you see it on?

 

Downloads for World of Tanks 0.9.20.1.3

Aslain's WoT ModPack v9.20.1.3 #00 (~115 MB)

(beta version)

download link #1 [direct]

- download link #2 [direct]
- download link #3 [direct]

- download link #4 [direct]

- download link #5 [direct] (.torrent)

 

 

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Same for every link on the Aslain site.  Blocked.

 

WoT Asia updated to 9.20.1.677 this morning.

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You have another issue, if you're getting the above error message, for all 10 links.

 

That website isn't even mentioned on any of them... might be an ad on 5 of them, but not on the direct links. If you see that error on direct links - I suggest you scan your computer, right away, as you have some hijacker on your computer, changing all links, probably.

Try another browser also.

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Is it possible that YABUILDER is the actual host for Aslains and there are other bad sites being hosted by them?

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gamersplatoon.com
blackboxservers.net
gameservers.global
harmless.hu

All 4 are 0/65 detection for VirusTotal website. Nothing.

 

Where that YABUILDER site, has 3 flags on VirusTotal.

 

As I said - if you encounter that message, using one of the [direct] links - then you need to try another browser, or clean up that computer of yours.

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Never had a problem before but will check it out.  Is there a mirror site with the latest Aslains?

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There are 4 mirrors + torrent.. here on the website. (I would NOT suggest downloading it from another website, unless you really trust that website.)

 

If NONE of them are working for you (That's 10 links total.. 5 with the ad page.. 5 with direct link without ad) then you have serious computer issues on your end.

 

Did you try all of them - and seeing the same message?? That makes no sense, at all.

 

I suggest you solve those local issues.

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Just did a scan with my latest Nortons.  Found nothing.

 

Changed to use Edge browser instead of the Chrome browser.  They still show that YABUILDER in the URL and are blocked..

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http://eu25.gamersplatoon.com/Aslains_WoT_Modpack_Installer_v.9.20.1.3_00.exe
http://eu.blackboxservers.net/Aslains_WoT_Modpack_Installer_v.9.20.1.3_00.exe
http://usa01.gameservers.global/Aslains_WoT_Modpack_Installer_v.9.20.1.3_00.exe
http://aslain.harmless.hu/Aslains_WoT_Modpack_Installer_v.9.20.1.3_00.exe
http://aslain.harmless.hu/Aslains_WoT_Modpack_Installer_v.9.20.1.3_00.exe.torrent

Are you getting the error on all of those?

Those are all direct links.. they don't go through anything that would contain a domain called "yabuilder"... don't know what to say beyond that.

 

If you get the exact same error, on 4 different mirrors - there's most likely something on your computer hijacking links somehow... can you download from other websites, or see the error there too?

 

Will just have to wait and see what Aslain says when he wakes up :)

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Something is hijacking the URLs.  I found right-clicking on those links you put up allows me to download.

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Try checking what Extensions are installed in both Edge and Chrome.

Might be one that has been installed that isn't detected as something bad by Norton.

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don't think its telstra problem. i'm with bigpond and i am successfully download modpack (every release) from aslain.

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I didn't use to have that problem, then it happened a couple of months back, then ok for a couple of updates, then back to blocking it.

 

Gotta chase up why this YABUILDER name pops up in the URL.

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just downloaded the latest version... pretty sure its nothing to do with Telstra and most likely its your norton that is marking aslain site as phishing or some sort hence blocking it.

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2 minutes ago, ctrla1tde1 said:

just downloaded the latest version... pretty sure its nothing to do with Telstra and most likely its your norton that is marking aslain site as phishing or some sort hence blocking it.

It's some sort of program or addon/extension, that is hijacking his clicks, trying to send him to a fishy place.. since he could right click, but not left click, that kinda supports that idea.

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4 hours ago, Quaksen said:

It's some sort of program or addon/extension, that is hijacking his clicks, trying to send him to a fishy place.. since he could right click, but not left click, that kinda supports that idea.

suspect will be his Norton security app.

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3 minutes ago, ctrla1tde1 said:

suspect will be his Norton security app.

That would be quite comical :)

If Norton was hijacking links, sending it to a bad link, and then blocking it :P

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On 11/16/2017 at 3:22 AM, Quaksen said:

That would be quite comical :)

If Norton was hijacking links, sending it to a bad link, and then blocking it :P

That is called job security....:P

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