fc07.deviantart.net

deviantART

Domain Information

The domain fc07.deviantart.net registered by deviantART was initially registered in April of 2000 through NAME.COM, INC.. This domain has been known to host and distribute adware as well as other potentially unwanted software. The hosted servers are located in Santa Monica, California within the United States which resides on the EdgeCast Networks, Inc. network.
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Registrar:
NAME.COM, INC.

Server location:
California, United States (US)

Create date:
Tuesday, April 25, 2000

Expires date:
Friday, August 07, 2015

Updated date:
Thursday, June 20, 2013

ASN:
AS15133 EDGECAST - EdgeCast Networks, Inc.

Root domain:

Scanner detections:
Detections  (100% detected)

Scan engine
Details
Detections

Norman
Malware.AJATU
100.00%

ESET NOD32
Win32/DownWare
100.00%

Fortinet FortiGate
Riskware/Sim, W32/DownWare.L
100.00%

Trend Micro House Call
TROJ_GE.E88690F3
50.00%

Trend Micro
PAK_Generic.001
50.00%

Jiangmin
Trojan/Agent.abln
50.00%

Rising Antivirus
PE:PUF.SmartInstaller!1.9D9A
50.00%

Bkav FE
W32.Clod58a.Trojan
50.00%

McAfee
Artemis!FC3728F50C7B
50.00%

K7 Gateway Antivirus
Trojan
50.00%

K7 AntiVirus
Trojan
50.00%

McAfee Web Gateway
Heuristic.BehavesLike.Win32.Suspicious-PKR.S
50.00%

Antiy Labs AVL
Trojan[:HEUR]/Win32.Unknown
50.00%

Baidu Antivirus
Trojan.Win32.DownWare
50.00%

The domain fc07.deviantart.net has been seen to resolve to the following IP address.

February 6, 2014

File downloads found at URLs served by fc07.deviantart.net.

URL:
http://fc07.deviantart.net/

SSL certificate subject:
CN=*.deviantart.net, O=deviantART Inc., L=Los Angeles, S=California, C=US

SSL certificate issuer:
CN=DigiCert SHA2 High Assurance Server CA, OU=www.digicert.com, O=DigiCert Inc, C=US

Web server:
nginx

Facebook:
Likes:  19
Shares:  180
Comments:  39

Twitter:
Shares:  89

Compete.com:
US visitors:  371,445

Statistics are for the previous month.

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