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According to Doctor Web analysts, a temporary decline and subsequent upsurge in the spread of Trojan.Hosts programs was one of March’s most distinct trends. The outbreak reached its peak in early 2013. March was also marked by a growing number of encoder Trojan infections and the emergence of adware Trojans for Mac OS X. So […]

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Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web is warning users about the growing number of compromised websites from which Trojan.Hosts malware is being downloaded onto computers. In early 2013 the threat spread at almost epidemic magnitude. The outbreak remained at its peak in January and mid-February when as many as 9,500 computer infections were being registered every […]

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Due to additional research of the Trojan.Milicenso threat (a.k.a “Printer Bomb”), we have determined that the threat is downloaded by an .htaccess redirection Web attack and that at least 4,000 websites have been compromised by the gang responsible for the threat. Redirection using the .htaccess fileThe .htaccess file is a configuration file for Web servers that […]

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