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DNS Poisoning Hits Kenya Google, MSN, Skype…


The Websense® ThreatSeeker® Network has detected that a DNS poisoning attack is happening in Kenya, with local big name websites in information technology targeted including Google, Bing, and LinkedIn. Although DNS records point to a page on behalf of the attackers that lets the browsing user know about the hack, it could easily be replaced with a malicious page at will.

Below is the snapshot in Websense ThreatSeeker Network.

This is another attack issued by the so called Bangladeshi Hacker Group, the hacker group that has defaced 700,000 websites in the past and recently targeted prominent sites in Malawi (February 2013). In the Kenya campaign, from (a website tracking defaced websites), we could cross reference and confirm that the following well-known websites have been affected.


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