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Removing hostpsuh.info/PushSender
antillagorilla
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Message # 1 | 1:14 PM
I have traced it down, and my site (and other uCoz sites too) has code in it causing it to send spam notifications to users.

Here are some screenshots of the notifications that are being sent and a scam in one of them: https://photos.app.goo.gl/jQfXDNqYAgpVQkMW9

I found this code on my site:
Code
<script async="1" id="hostpush_script" data-cfasync="false" own-site="true" own-sign="false" data-sub_id_1="www.blameitonmy80d.com" data-sub_id_2="https" data-stream_id="48" src="//hostpush.info/myucoz.js?domain=www.blameitonmy80d.com&proto=https&stream_id=48&sub_id_1=www.blameitonmy80d.com&sub_id_2=https"></script>
Code
<script type="text/javascript">
(function() {
    var s = document.createElement('script');
    s.setAttribute('async', 1);
    s.setAttribute('id', 'hostpush_script');
    s.setAttribute('data-cfasync', false);
    s.setAttribute('own-site', true);
    s.setAttribute('own-sign', false);
    s.setAttribute('data-sub_id_1', window.location.host);
    s.setAttribute('data-sub_id_2', window.location.protocol.replace(':', ''));
    s.setAttribute('data-stream_id', '48');
    s.src = '//hostpush.info/myucoz.js?domain=' + window.location.host + '&proto=' + window.location.protocol.replace(':', '') +
  '&stream_id=48&sub_id_1=' + window.location.host + '&sub_id_2=' + window.location.protocol.replace(':', '');
    document.head && document.head.appendChild(s);
})();
</script>


Is this an issue, or is it something intentional done by uCoz?

I have checked every part of the site code in the uCoz CP and I can't find this code. I also tried the code replacement tool, which could not even find the word "hostpush".

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
joexyz
JOE-vascript
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Message # 2 | 1:18 PM
antillagorilla, looks like something done by an advertiser uCoz is working with. Which is unintentional. Gromov might be able to enlighten us.
hey i'm joe and i do not work for the company anymore, sorry for the late replies
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I'm still here for some godforsaken reason
Gromov
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Message # 3 | 2:00 PM
bigblog, antillagorilla, I'll check everything and get back to you with an update, most likely tomorrow, though biggrin
Gromov
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Message # 4 | 8:24 AM
antillagorilla, yes, it's one of uCoz's latest ads. The only way to remove it is to upgrade to a paid plan.
antillagorilla
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Message # 5 | 3:12 PM
Well, thank you for looking into it for me. It really is annoying that it comes in the form of a notification, from my domain, and is a scam link. I wish there was a way to change the type of ad so it isn't a notification, but something displayed on the page instead. I knew there had to be a catch to this "free" web hosting service. sad
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