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Apr
2012

Vulnerable websites are regularly hijacked to redirect users to malicious domains. The most popular type of of malicious page are Fake AV pages. Attackers commonly increase traffic to these hijacked websites using Blackhat SEO techniques. Blackhat SEO requires that two different pages be delivered to different audiences: A harmless spam page to the Googlebot and […]

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We discovered a series of really nasty spam mails that have a lot to offer. There are various types of it, with different subject, seemingly connected to the geographical areas they are spread in. Let’s have a look at an email we discovered in Poland:More email examples can be found at the bottom of this […]

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We are seeing an interesting trend lately. A site gets compromised and starts to distribute malware to its users. The webmaster (owner of the site) searches everywhere for malicious strings, and can’t find anything. Where can it be hidden? It could be outside the root directory of your site. On many sites we analysed in […]

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