(virusscan.jotti.org/***) don't click.
Within SECONDS of going there Microsoft Security Essentials pops up with a red warning that it has trapped THIS:
Updated: Apr 28, 2011 | Published: Nov 10, 2010
TR/FakeSysdef.A.20 (Avira) Trojan.Inject.12360 (ESET)
HDD Defragmenter (other)
Check Disk (other)
Windows Repair (other)
Alert Level (?)
Went Back, and in seconds again, same warning, so that site is infected by the rouge anti-everything boys.
I removed the little bugger and vowed not to click on any more links provided.
(sigh) I won't believe my eyes anymore when I see free.....
www.virustotal.com/url-scan/report.html?id=6de7a7e12a88177f62f890f8e4449ed5-1304549073 identifies the other website as clean.
And since I know that you vowed not to click on any more links provided, so if you don't trust that link, you can just google "VirusTotal" and put the virusscan.jotti.org website through VirusTotal's scan. It will come back clean. In fact, you can just use VirusTotal's scan on any of our trainers if you still don't trust the jotti site.