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Blue Coat – We’ve written a couple of times about “Facebook Fake Foto” attacks, and there’s a big one going on now…In Friday’s logs (6/23), there were almost a hundred URLs like this: components in the URLs are evocative of “Fake Foto” attacks: words like “fotos” and “albums” to look more believable popular site […]

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I took another quick look yesterday to monitor how we're doing in identifying new sites and servers in the big Fake-AV attack that we blogged about twice in April. The analysts have been keeping an eye out for them, and Maria sent me some this week. Here is a closer look at two of them: […]

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Yesterday, WebPulse blocked over 100 attempts by our users to download a malicious executable. It’s an attack type I don’t remember specifically writing about in the past, so it’s worth a quick post. The sample I grabbed was named USPS_Invoice_10242011.PDF.exe. From the file name, I rather suspected that I would find that this was another […]

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The Multi-Model Database:
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