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Ever since the Target breach in December 2013 and the resulting fallout, many companies have been paying closer attention to third-party security. After all, it was one of its HVAC contractors that was the weak link in that incident, not Target itself. And even with all the stories and conference seminars around third-party security, there’s […]

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A few days ago, Websense® SecurityLabs™ detected a large-scale malware campaign mainly targeting WordPress pages. We have received many questions about who and which websites are in danger and how to protect against this attack. While many forum posts and comments speculate that outdated WordPress versions are at fault, unfortunately, we found that this is not true. We dug a […]

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The community forum on Facebook’s Help Center has become overrun by spammers, making the self-help support community effectively useless. The spam messages, which at the time of writing are claiming to offer ways to watch live streaming video of American football games, appear to have been posted by bogus or compromised Facebook accounts. Clicking on […]

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