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Today, Zscaler identified yet another mass website compromise, this one impacting a number of popular media sites, including two radio stations in Washington, DC – Federal News Radio and WTOP. It’s not clear if all of the sites impacted were leveraging a common backend platform that may have led to the compromise. Sadly, mass compromises […]

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Bill Gates may be a billionaire, but if he’s going to splash his cash around he’s got better things to do with it than give it to people who simply share a photo of him on Facebook.That hasn’t, however, stopped almost 400,000 people on Facebook from sharing an image of the Microsoft founder, holding an […]

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WordPress.org is being targeted once again, and although this time there isn’t much sneaky sophistication, the infection is still prevalent enough for Internet users to be wary. Spam appears to be the driver of these campaigns. Various websites have already been identified to be redirecting to Blackhole exploit kit. Compromised websites would render any of […]

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