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Partly because the previous post got a bit of publicity, but mostly due to the fact that there were a lot more sites to research, I decided to do a follow-up post on the big malvertising network that's been running for months. To begin with, I should answer the most-asked question, namely, "Is the LA […]

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Right-to-left override (RLO) is a special character used in bi-directional text encoding system to mark the start of text that are to be displayed from right to left. It is commonly used by Windows malware such as Bredolab and the high-profile Mahdi trojan from last year to hide the real extension of executable files. Check […]

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Friday, February 1st: Twitter announced it was hacked. The post (Keeping our users secure) by Bob Lord, Director of Information Security, was sparse on details but recommended disabling Java’s browser plugin. And according to Lord, the attackers “were extremely sophisticated, and we believe other companies and organizations have also been recently similarly attacked.” Friday, February […]

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