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Avast Premium Security reports HNS-HTTP-INJECTION

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Avast Premium Security reports HNS-HTTP-INJECTION

Is my HughesNet HT2000 router infected?  Avast Premium Security reports "An attacker has modified a HTTP response to inject his own code".  

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Re: Avast Premium Security reports HNS-HTTP-INJECTION

No. Sometimes there is some performance-measuring Javascript added to the end of the header of a web page that is routed to a bogon, but it's not malicious.


* Disclaimer: I am a HughesNet customer and not a HughesNet employee. All of my comments are my own and do not necessarily represent HughesNet in any way.
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Re: Avast Premium Security reports HNS-HTTP-INJECTION

Okay, interesting.  Thanks for your input!  I am concerned because my Windows 10 Defender software DID report finding some sort of hacker virus on my laptop several weeks ago.  Defender removed the virus, but I wondered if something still resides on my router.  These hackers are so corrupt and insideous!