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Breaking, the NBC site is currently compromised and blacklisted by Google. Anyone that visits the site (which includes any sub page) will have malicious iframes loaded as well redirecting the user to exploit kits (Redkit):*Update: Not only, but many other NBC sites, including Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Jay Lenos garage and others.If you […]

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Cyber criminals are trying to find ways to increase the life cycle of injections in Web sites. Usually, when an attacker gains control of a site, the life span of the injected code to that site depends on how fast the Web site administrator notices malicious content added to their Web pages. One of the tactics that cyber […]

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The popular Blackhole Exploit Kit has gained a lot of media attention recently when its author announced the imminent release of version 2.0, boasting a list of  new interesting features. Recently we were very surprised when we found a website hosting what is supposed to be version 2.0 of the Blackhole Exploit Kit. Naturally, we […]

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