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We’ve discovered a server that only attacks and/or spams smartphones and tablets — and not PCs. A Swedish-based colleague of ours, Johan, was recently using his (Android) phone to search for boat trips in the Galapagos Islands. He found a site called Vagabond. And on Vagabond he found an entry with a link to: galacruises.com. […]

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We have to be honest here, there’s no fun in cleaning up infected .htaccess files. It’s boring, but it happens a lot! But it’s not the case here. I will also caveat that while in this specific instance we’ll be talking to one specific platform, we are seeing this same tactic spread across a number […]

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Several days ago we received a complaint about javascrpt.ru. After a bit of research, we found that it tries to mimic ajax.google.com and jquery, but the code is an obfuscated/packed redirector.After removing two layers of obfuscation, we found a list of conditions checking visitors’ user Agent. From these conditions. we got a clue and focused […]

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