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Partly because the previous post got a bit of publicity, but mostly due to the fact that there were a lot more sites to research, I decided to do a follow-up post on the big malvertising network that's been running for months. To begin with, I should answer the most-asked question, namely, "Is the LA […]

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As I mentioned in a post last week, there was an interesting malvertising component involved as one of the “prongs” of a large malware attack, and it was worth a post of its own. (Any time a big site like the L.A. Times is involved in a malware campaign, it’s newsworthy, and it’s not alone […]

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Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web has prepared an overview of dangerous spyware applications designed to run under iOS, considered to be the most secure mobile platform. Like similar programs for other OSs, such applications allow attackers to obtain a wide range of personal information: SMS messages, call logs, GPS coordinates, address book records, photographs, etc. […]

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