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The use of zero-day exploits in attacks has not been too far from the headlines of late. Today, Kafeine from Malware don’t need Coffee has released a blog detailing yet another Java zero-day active in the wild and distributed through the Cool Exploit pack. The good news however-for Symantec customers who use our intrusion prevention […]

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News broke over the weekend in Japan that police had arrested three people over the past few months in relation to death threats being posted on bulletin boards and sent through email. However, it was also reported that the suspects were subsequently released without charge due to the discovery of a particular malware infection on […]

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The Websense ThreatSeeker Network has detected that the website hxxp://goeast(dot)wagamama(dot)com, associated with Wagamama (a Japanese and sushi restaurant chain), has been compromised and injected with malicious code, also known as a RunForestRun attack. RunForestRun attack exploits vulnerability in Parallels Plesk to obtain user account credentials, then compromised accounts are used to modify JavaScript files.  As shown […]

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