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In a post last week regarding the new ‘hack’ against Mega, MegaPWN, we talked about the implementation of a GreaseMonkey script to avoid being a victim of a hack on Mega servers. The script would mainly look for changes in the “crypto-magic” performing JavaScripts loaded from Mega. I decided to give it a try and […]

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Around one year ago I posted about what were the most common web attacks in Spain and how the malware was spread. It is time for an update! We regularly collect data regarding infected web sites based in our detections on KSN. Apart from the general verdicts that I usually find in the top of […]

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Another new year is almost upon us. Or at least that’s what the distributors of Rogue:Win32/Winwebsec would have us believe – releasing a new branding System Doctor 2014 just prior to the middle of 2013. Figure 1: System Doctor 2014 user interface For some time, Winwebsec has had only one branding active at a time. […]

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