i dont know what kind of website you are running here but in another thread which i aparently cannot reply to because im not 133t enough, i watched some guy try and fix this other guys issue.
He was saying that geeks 2 go was attacking him with a "netscape cookie monster" attack. This exact same thing is happening to customers of my website. NIS is messed up. I have been researching this problem and came across your thread. Just wanted to llet you know it has nothign to do with spyware or anything but it seems like when your or my website sets a cookie, it tries to set it to a higher level domain than the website should be able to set it to. Anyways thats what a " http cookie monster attack " is listed as . I am currently researching a solution to this problem, but norton will not help me. I keep getting directed to some call center in india and they cant understand at all what I am talking about. they say i have to buy NIS to get support (lol).
so yeah just to let you know if you get those sorts of complaints, its the useless program Norton Internet Security scaring end users and making you and me seeming to be exploiting a security vulnerability from 1997 or so. Again, just to let you know.