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In early May, a dangerous Trojan was discovered that can replace pages loaded in the browser. Another malicious program, also added to the virus database in May, attacked users on Facebook, Google Plus and Twitter. At the end of the month, Doctor Web analysts hijacked another command-and-control (C&C) server of the botnet Rmnet and discovered […]

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When an attacker manages to compromise and get access to a website, they won’t likely stop there, they will aim to gain full root (admin) access to the entire server. If there are more websites hosted on the server being attacked, It is likely they will attempt to compromise every single one of them.How can […]

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Last week, our friends at Sucuri sent us a modified version of an Apache webserver redirecting some of its requests to the infamous Blackhole exploit packs. Sucuri has published a blog post on this attack. Our analysis of this malware, dubbed Linux/Cdorked.A, reveals that it is a sophisticated and stealthy backdoor meant to drive traffic […]

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