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Let me start with some full disclosure: I pay MailChimp a decent wedge of cash each month to send out newsletters to readers of my personal blog, and I’m quite a fan. Sending email to a large number of people reliably can be fraught with problems, and I would rather spend my time creating useful […]

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A new #malware program is being used to do reconnaissance for targeted attacks against companies in the energy sector. The program, dubbed Trojan.Laziok by researchers from antivirus vendor Symantec, was used in spear-phishing attacks earlier this year against companies from the petroleum, gas and helium industries. The attacks targeted companies from many countries in the […]

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WebsenseR Security LabsT researchers, using our Websense ThreatSeekerR Intelligence Cloud, discovered an interesting malicious email campaign using spoofed email addresses from Fox News domains in an attempt to ultimately lure victims to websites hosting the Blackhole Exploit Kit. Should the exploit and compromise be successful, a malicious payload related to the Cridex family appears to […]

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