I made my friend go to this web site and it immediately infected his machine with malware (AntiVirus SecurityPro). It happened just by going to the front page. It seemed the malware started up, but that Microsoft Security Essentials quickly recognized it and offered to remove it. It took several reboots before it was fully removed. We actually tried the whole thing again and it happened again with this specific web site.
I would like to warn the owner of the page, and I'm also curious, so I've tried reproducing it in a VM, but to no avail. I don't get the same behavior and no infection as far as I can tell.
His machine is a Windows 7SP1 and he was using IE and of course that's what I tried to use in the VM, but it didn't work. I'm suspecting it may be dependent on some special plug-in on his machine, maybe an outdated version of flash. But if I inspect the contents on Chrome, using the developer console, I don't see the page taking any flash in. But it could be this only happens if the server side recognizes that the client is vulnerable. Can anyone recommend a good web site scanner?
The URL is as follows. You need to replace XX in the below by dk - I did this so as to prevent people who inadvertently click it from infection:
Thank you in advance.