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Mysterious, yet familiarOver the past couple of months, there has been a noticeable increase of heavily obfuscated JavaScript code that embeds malicious iframes. Most of those code were injected into JavaScript files included from compromised websites (instead of the home page), which is supposedly harder to spot by the website’s admin.An example of such injected […]

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Third parties, in particular advertisers, have accidentally had access to Facebook users’ accounts including profiles, photographs, chat, and also had the ability to post messages and mine personal information. Fortunately, these third-parties may not have realized their ability to access this information. We have reported this issue to Facebook, who has taken corrective action to […]

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