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Phishers are known for making their phishing sites look exactly like the sites they are spoofing. We have seen plenty of examples of the detail they employ, like using JavaScript to include the current date in their static pages. In recent times, Symantec have seen an increase in generic email phishing. Unlike normal phishing, where […]

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If there’s one thing we have to remember about certain Web threats-specifically those related to social networking and social media sites-and email threats, it is this: oftentimes, they come back to haunt us.Case in point, we have found an old Facebook scam, which dates back from two years ago, making rounds again and a spam–phishing ploy […]

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Recently, we’ve noticed that there are too many legitimate domains popping up in our url filters with malware. At first we thought we had a huge false-positive (FP) problem, but after analysis we found a pattern. All of the referring links came from the Russian Odnoklassniki server, which is a quite-popular Russian social network. Users […]

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