Gemini Interactive caught distributing malvertizements
You may recall that I theorised that the URLs for the malvertizements that were displayed at classmates.com may indicate that the malvertizements were supplied by Gemini Interactive (cite: http://msmvps.com/blogs/spywaresucks/archive/2008/03/23/1550951.aspx) You may also recall that all of the malvertizements that I found at classmates.com featured myjewelrybox.com.
I have received, by email, a copy of an advertisement that was supplied by Gemini Interactive for display on several websites. An analysis of the advertisement that I have received indicates that it contains malware actionscript code. Also, the SWF features myjewelrybox.com (cite: http://www.adopstools.com/index.asp?page=quicklink&id=ARCI83U67Z7LN8D3)
Please exercise caution when accepting advertising for your web sites. At the very least you should run each and every advertisement that you receive through the online click checker at adopstools.com and potentially save yourself a lot of grief.