No Malware on www.energyroms.com
Many of you probably had a few warnings coming from your web browser today. The message warned you that the website www.energyroms.com was a website known to contain malware. Since we know that xda moderator and developer NRGZ28 would never do anything to harm us (other than making us fanatics/addicts of his work), he released a statement today, where he assured that there was no malware present in his site, and it was probably a false report to www.google.com. Since the EnergyROM banner contains a link to his site, every time a user opened up a thread with one of these banners present, the browser simply gave out the warning.
Now that this issue is resolved, let’s all go back to flashing.
Thanks to DaveShaw for the information on this.
You can see NRGZ28’s post about this matter in this thread.
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