Orly Attack Site

The FireFox browser has a built-in check against Google’s database of web sites containing malicious scripts, exploits and malware. Looks like Orly made the list. I used to volunteer for an organization that validated reports for Google, and I’ve seen Google warnings many times, albeit on phishing sites mostly.


Orly appears a pretty credulous person, so it is no surprise that she might have allowed something on her site that’s not on the up and up. It may be that these are  things in comments. I didn’t see any malware on the main page. I see Orly has her PayPal button installed again.

Orly commenters are telling folks how to disable the warning in FireFox.

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33 Responses to Orly Attack Site

  1. jvn says:

    I used to read Orly’s BS to see where they were coming from.

    That warning stopped me!

  2. kimba says:

    traffic on her site and other birther sites would go way down if Realists stopped looking in. Like accident gawkers – ‘move along folks, nothing to see.’

  3. aarrgghh says:

    orly lost her last webmaster (lisa ostello aka “calpernia” of free republic) when she wanted to call in the fbi about obama hacking her site’s paypal widget, among his other ongoing criminal cyber-sabotage.

    ostello, seeing this accusation compromising her hosting business (and from someone getting it for free!), counterclaimed that orly’s page was running spyware that interfered with paypal. this began april’s wonderfully comic birfer superstar ragnarok, ultimately bringing the berg wing and the taitz wing into headlong collision.

    rinse and repeat, as with everything orly.

  4. Bob says:

    Similarly, the JAG Hunter’s site and Examiner.com (where there’s many birfer articles) crash IE.

    Taitz is reporting that “document expert Ron Polrik” is now her facebook friend.

    Amazingly, “Ron Polrik” currently has four facebook friends:
    * Orly Taitz
    * Phil Berg
    * Ronald Jay Pollard
    * Phil Berg (Phil apparently has two profiles)

    First rule of Facebook: Never link your fake profile to your real profile.

    Second rule of Facebook: If you must so link, never use the same picture for both profiles.


    [I think that should be Polland rather than Pollard. Doc]

  5. CalperniaUSA says:

    Close enough; but not quite. It was the spyware on her blogspot site that brought her to my site.

    The PayPal wasn’t being used in the donate code form because the scripting didn’t work with the quickblogcast. The PayPal was manually scripted that left the email address accessable in the sidebar. It was manually changed by someone that had access to the sidebar. That included myself, Orly and a few other volunteers. Could have been an innocent typo while working on the sidebar. ::shrugs::

  6. misha says:

    I posted this earlier: I went to Orly’s site earlier today, and it locked up my computer. I’m using XP.

    I used to look at it to see what was happening on the crazy train. I’m staying away from now on.

  7. Bob says:

    Two plaintiffs drop out of Keyes v. Obama.

  8. misha says:

    I cannot believe the jerks who get involved with her and her felon.

    Dumbass Cook took the fall for her. Didn’t he think about his clearance? My wife applied for one. She was asked ‘have you ever had marriage counseling?” She answered ‘yes.’ No clearance.

    What was Cook thinking? They can take it away because they don’t like your looks.

  9. kimba says:

    Orly filed this yesterday with a Motion for rogatory discovery to authenticate Kenyan Birth Certificate of Barack Hussein Obama
    8:09-cv-00082-DOC-AN Ambassador Alan Keyes PhD, et al v. Barack Hussein Obama, et al


  10. BlackLion says:

    So basically she is claiming that this document is legitimate? It looks like it is in pretty good shape for being 48 years old…

  11. kimba says:

    I wonder if she is submitting a real document or just that picture. Wouldn’t it be ironic if she is motioning to authenticate a picture of a birth certificate? Scanned and put online?

  12. Expelliarmus says:

    I’m pretty sure that she doesn’t have the document– she’s just got the photo. Someone sent her the photo and is asking for a lot of $$$ for the original doc… and she’s not willing to pay.

  13. kimba says:

    That’s what I wondered, because in the motion, or part of the motion posted on her website is she asking the State Dept to obtain this document?

  14. kimba says:

    Isn’t Keyes paying her anything? Dude has money doesn’t he? Why don’t they take up a collection at WND and buy the darn thing.

  15. Welsh Dragon says:

    I’m no expert in forensic document examination but I do know that that the ‘Republic of Kenya’ didn’t come into existence December 1964 and the document in the picture is dated February 1964.

    The ‘II’ in the christian name section would be highly unlikely in a British official document of that period. Not quite impossible but nearly so.

    Note – Kenya became independant in December 1963 as a ‘Dominion’ of the British Crown (like Canada) and only became a republic a year later.

  16. misha says:

    IIRC, in 1961 Kenya was still a colony. Would it not say “British Crown Colony”?

    One more thing: that typeface is available for MS Word. I have it; it’s called “Schmutz.”

    Lawyers please.

  17. kimba says:

    The copy is dated Feb 1964. You have to go read the chatter at plainsradio misha, the birther world is in a rapture over this. This is it! It’s a picture, of a document. Like on factcheck. But their picture is real. If it doesn’t pi$$ you off, you will enjoy the irony immensely.

    Schmutz. How appropriate. Like putz?

  18. misha says:

    “Like putz?”


    Also, I did some sleuthing on google, or as W would say, “the google.”

    Until the end of 1964, it was known as the Dominion of Kenya. At the end of ’64, it was then known as Republic of Kenya. So when the paper was dated, it was still Dominion.

    Anachronism alert.

  19. Welsh Dragon says:

    Misha – in fairness it claims to be a 1964 certified copy of what’s in the register rather than an original certificate. (Oh the irony!)If it had been 1961 it would most likely have ‘Kenya Protectorate’ for something issued in Mombasa but there are at least 3 possible alternatives!

    Kimba – if they’re in rapture at plainsradio they’re postively orgasmic at freerepublic! Poor demented souls!

  20. misha says:

    Sure, the person in Kenya probably wants $10K for it, figuring Americans, especially Jewish Americans are rich.

    When I was in the hospital, I told one of the aides from west Africa I was Jewish. She exclaimed, “Oh, you people are rich.”

    Yeah, Jews are rich, blacks are good at music, and Scots are thrifty. Know what I heard in Canada? The French Canadians are snappy dressers, so if you see someone dressed to the nines, he’s French.

    Hey, did you hear: because of over fishing, the gefilte fish is in danger of extinction.

  21. kimba says:

    “the gefilte fish is in danger of extinction.”

    Wow what a carpy thing to happen.

  22. andy levinson says:

    My 60 year old birth certificate is pristine, only been out of the envolope a few times….

  23. kimba says:

    I hear it’s all the rage now to keep it in a baggie! 😉

  24. dunstvangeet says:

    My favorite is the 2 boxes that say “Signiture” and don’t have any sort of signiture. If that happened on Hawaii’s birth certificate, the birthers would be going, “See, that’s proof that it’s fake.”

  25. A friend of mine visited Orly’s site a week ago using Internet Explorer and thereafter his Internet Explorer stopped working. Malware detection programs have found and removed some infected files but he’s still having problems, and some of the malware processes appear to still be running. If anyone has information as to the specific nature of the infection from the scripts on Orly’s site or any information about their removal, I would appreciate you either posting them here or use the Contact link above.

    Doc. C

  26. Welsh Dragon says:


    I’ve been in and out of Orly’s site I few times since the warning with no ill effects but my security levels are pretty high and malware rarely get through.

    I did look the google warning when it first came up and one of the suspicious sites linked was ‘mcafee-malware.com’ and I have a vague recollection that a few months ago that was distributing the A360 virus but that gives a fake security pop-up is your
    friend getting that?

    Don’t know what AV your friend’s using but on the one occasion I got something nasty recently I found Malwarebytes’ Anti-Malware very effective. I keep both it and Super AntiSpyware on my PC and do occasional ad-hoc scans to make sure nothings slipped past my Mcafee AV.

  27. The problem seems to be specific to Internet Explorer. In my friend’s case, IE would no longer start. He re-installed a different version and was able to get it to start but every time he runs it, he gets a warning that something is trying to change something, and IE is not on his desktop. He was using McAfee for antivirus and malware.

  28. Bob says:

    FWIW, I may have visited Orly’s site while at work. Work runs IE, and has a decent firewall. And I’ve never gotten a malware warning.

  29. The WARNING only comes up with the FireFox and Google Chrome browsers (maybe Safari), not IE. It is the damage that comes with IE. I don’t know what the 3 pages on Orly’s site that have/had the malware. It may be also that some versions of IE (with appropriate security patches) may succumb and others not.

    On Orly’s site today:

    Due to the fact that there can be viruses in links, I will not post comments with links. If it is important, email it to me.

  30. Welsh Dragon says:

    I’m probably trying to teach my grandmother to suck eggs here but I’d suggest (in this order):

    1)Run the microsoft malicious software removal tool

    2)Google the exact wording of the error message.

    2)Try one or both of the free versions of the software I put in my first post.(they seem better in dealing with rootkit viruses).

    4)Join Mcafee’s support forum there are some very helpful guys there.

    5)Call Mcafee – can be frustrating but they do have tools and expertise that might help (may cost).

  31. Welsh Dragon says:

    Just noticed the latest message from Orly:

    “Due to the fact that there can be viruses in links, I will not post comments with links. If it is importamt, e-mail it to me”

    Looks as if someone’s explained the problem to her – so no RICO case against Google!

  32. Welsh Dragon says:

    I spoke to0 soon! Forget RICO she’s going for treason!

    ‘There is no malaware sitting on my site, but George Soros’s son is sitting on Google board. He should look up the meaning of the word treason’

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