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As a security researcher, I occasionally get some interesting goodies in my old AOL inbox. This morning I received a couple of phishing scam emails purporting to be from “Norton Symantec.” The fraudulent emails claimed, in part: “Your e-mail address was successfully upgraded with the latest Norton Antivirus update. In order to ensure your account […]

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Airlines are the current darlings of malware and phishing gangs, with several campaigns using airline-related themes. The most recent attack attempts to extract the username/password combinations of Brazilian airline TAM frequent flyers. The email promises free miles upon entry of a promotional code. Email and translation follow: Email text TAM Fidelidade. Parabns voce acaba de […]

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In early April, I wrote about the famed “LizaMoon” SQL-injection attacks. I said it then, and I’ll say it again now: SQL-injection (SQLi) attacks are a constant. Some of these attacks are more visible than others.  Some adversaries find intelligent ways to hide their tracks so as not to splatter evidence of their misdeeds all over various search […]

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