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Wow. Lots of big news lately. Where do we start?How about with Paunch. He is (or was) the main guy behind the Blackhole & Cool exploit kits. And he was arrested a couple of weeks ago, and people have been wondering what would happen.Well, for one thing, the author of the Neutrino kit raised his […]

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Recently, security researchers disclosed two Java native layer exploits (CVE-2013-2465 and CVE-2013-2471). This caused us too look into native layer exploits more closely, as they have been becoming more common this year. At this year’s Pwn2Own competition at CanSecWest, Joshua Drake showed CVE-2013-1491, which was exploitable on Java 7 running on Windows 8. CVE-2013-1493 has […]

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Social networking websites have actively been used in different malicious campaigns by cybercriminals in the past –  most of which incorporate techniques such as phishing and spam.  One of these campaigns are the Blackhole Exploit Kit (BHEK) spam campaign, which has been plaguing Internet users for quite a while. BHEK spam campaigns are known to […]

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