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Targeted attacks are a daily occurrence and attackers are fast to employ the latest news stories in their social engineering themes. In a recent targeted attack, delivering a payload of Backdoor.Korplug and caught by our Symantec.cloud services, we observed an attacker taking advantage of a recently published article by the Washington Post in relation to […]

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As I mentioned in a post last week, there was an interesting malvertising component involved as one of the “prongs” of a large malware attack, and it was worth a post of its own. (Any time a big site like the L.A. Times is involved in a malware campaign, it’s newsworthy, and it’s not alone […]

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Many people who run their own website or blog are hit almost daily with a torrent of spam comments which then have to be removed. Spam comments aren’t just annoying; they can ruin the feel of a website and can even link back to scams, surveys and even malware. Not where you want your readers […]

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