One thing to consider too is it is less likely that a reputable/major site
has been genuinely compromised. So in a case like this, I'd always suspect a
false positive - and report it to the vendor whose product is reporting the
I use Kaspersky Internet Security which as well as being a good product,
also has good support and on the two cases I've had a false positive during
the last 3 years and raised a support call, they had fixed it in their
signature files within 24 hours.
See also http://www.screwfix.com/talk/thread.jspa?threadIDy853&tstartu
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