Yup. Just removing the malicious Javascript code fixes it.
Unfortunately, audyssey.org made it's way to Google Chrome's
blacklist. It appears visiting a website that has iframe's to another
malicious site, adds it to Chrome's blacklist. A very cool idea, but
we obviously see it's faults.

Raul, as I said in my previous email, your other websites,
asmodean.net and raulgallegos.com have the malicious Javascript code
as well.

On Thu, Jul 30, 2009 at 10:45 PM, Ryan Smith<computerwi...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> I am sighted myself. I am not aware of Chrome being inaccessible, but
> since it's a relatively new browser, that may very well be the case. I
> apologize if it is. Chrome has some decent Javascript tools in it that
> can let us know a bit more about this.
> From my end, simply removing the javascript code which is towards the
> end of the index.html files, should do.
> It appears to be using iframe's to go to a malicious website. There
> are 2 website's, that seem to "work with each other". For example,
> subdomain.notgiven.ws will link to
> subdomain.notgiven.gd/privatezone/?numbers. (I have omitted these
> URL's in case of accidental clicking.)
> I remember Raul Gallegos owning other site's: asmodean.net and
> raulgallegos.com. Both of them containing the same Javascript code.
> Typing a broken link in Apache gives you some server details, and they
> all seem to be hosted on the same server. Perhaps that's the problem.
> HTH.
> On Thu, Jul 30, 2009 at 6:14 PM, piotr machacz<piterm...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> sorry to get OT but I thought that google chrome was inaccessible.

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