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For a few months now, we have been actively monitoring a spambot named Stealrat, which primarily uses compromised websites and systems in its operations. We have continuously monitored its operations and identified about 195,000 thousand domains and IPs that have been compromised. The common denominator among these compromised sites is that they are running vulnerable […]

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Many folks are unfamiliar with the Drupal CMS, it doesn’t enjoy the popularity that some others do like WordPress and Joomla, but its a powerful CMS none the less. What it does have in common with its counterparts is that its susceptible to attacks and infections. We don’t often write about it, but we do […]

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Recently, we’ve started to see the BlackHole Exploit Kit (BHEK) using plain HTML files (instead of iframes) as redirectors to the exploit page.The content of the HTML file will usually be a page displaying a “loading” or “please wait” or “connecting to server” type of message, with background JavaScript which will redirect the victim to […]

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