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A crime wave of malware that demands money from victims to avoid prosecution by the FBI has been alarming web surfers across America. Victims suddenly find their computer frozen, and an official-looking page, like the one shown below, is displayed in their web browser. The FBI and the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) have received so […]

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Since last week we started to see a large increase in the number of sites compromised with a .htaccess redirection to http://sweepstakesandcontestsinfo.com/nl-in.php?nnn=555. This domain has been used to distribute malware for a while (generally through javascript injections), but only in the last few days that we started to see it being done via .htaccess. This […]

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I love the smell of some Twitter spam in the morning. iPads, iPods, books, movies, videogames, free holidays: I’ve seen – and blocked – them all. Then this happened. Yes, Twitter users are being sent, er, a free “arse”. Quite a lot of them, actually: Click to Enlarge “Why did you send me an arse?” […]

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