'Survivor' site contains malicious code

Friday, 14 May 2004, 8:20 AM EST

A Web site likely to attract fans of the CBS-owned television series Survivor could contain a nasty surprise for its visitors.

The site, owned by a party that has licensed the word "survivor" in a top-level US domain -- not linked to the television network -- today contained a smorgasbord of malicious code embedded in HTML scripts.

A concerned Web user alerted ZDNet Australia about the site after noticing that content on the site had triggered his antivirus software.

By Andrew Colley at ZDNet.

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