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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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Oops, they did it again! The official Web site (hxxp:// of NBC’s Late Night With Jimmy Fallon is currently compromised/hacked and is automatically serving multiple Java exploits to its visitors through a tiny iFrame element embedded on the front page. According to Google’s Safe Browsing Diagnostic page, the same malicious iFrame domain that affected the […]

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A key element for a successful spam/malicious page is to establish trust with the visitor so that he will perform the requested actions. Users trust their browser, but not necessarily the content (i.e. web page) that it displays. A trick that I’ve blogged about earlier, is to fool the user into thinking that certain elements […]

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Mission-Critical Broadband – Why Governments Should Partner with Commercial Operators:
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The Multi-Model Database:
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