The page is highcountryhost.com/top-high-country-new-years-celebrations/.
Information about the high country is tough to find online so I backed up and tried to pull the page from Google’s Cache (related = view webpages cached in Google Search results). I was shocked to discover that Google had pulled the trojan and placed it in their cache.
I didn’t test it but I am fairly certain that if you browse Google’s cache using a vulnerable PC you will be infected!
I’m not quite sure how Google could fix this issue. As I reported earlier in the week, Google does crawl and index JS content, so it makes sense that it would cache it as well.
I double checked the page via Securi, and it is indeed compromised:
I was finally able to access an outdated copy of the page via the Wayback Machine.
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