Regarding the JS/Wonka notifications you receive from your Anti Virus or spyware program - as found in the Cnet forums
- > This does not necessarily mean that a virus has been found. It merely means that HTML code was found which attempts to activate additional executable code without the user's express permission.
Note: this detection may be triggered by merely visiting a web page that contains malicious code. It does not necessarily mean your machine has been compromised.
If this is being detected in the Temporary Internet Files directory, in order to remove unwanted files from your computer, you will have to remove all off-line content from your PC.
In short, the notifications are caused because the old forum page is in your Internet Temporary files - it does not mean you have a virus. The notification is caused because of the redirection code (the executable code mentioned above) that hackers placed on our site is still on pages in your cache and your virus program is finding this code.