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Fake YouTube pages are one of the favored ways attackers leverage to get users to click on malicious content. These fake pages often look the same, but the source code can reveal a new twist. This time, a recently encountered fake YouTube page host at http://facebook-java.com targets Google Chrome users only. Fake YouTube page We have found a […]

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There is a new malicious ongoing campaign on Skype. It?s active and kicking yet. The infection vector is via social engineering abusing infected Skype by sending massive messages to the contacts like these ones: i don’t think i will ever sleep again after seeing this photo http://www.goo.gl/XXXXX?image=IMG0540250-JPG tell me what you think of this picture […]

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An ongoing social engineering attack on Skype and other instant messaging applications has been gathering momentum over the last week. The attack, which looks to have started around September 29, has to date conned over 2.5 million clicks from unsuspecting users. The attack uses the common social engineering tactic of posting a link to instant […]

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