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Since the first official announcement in early December last year, the world has eagerly awaited for the birth of the firstborn child of Prince William and Kate Middleton. After months of anticipation, the Duchess of Cambridge has given birth to a son, the new Prince of Cambridge, a couple of days ago.But amid the celebrations, […]

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In the last few months, we have witnessed a rise in the number of cases of modified Web servers that inject malicious redirections into every website that it hosts. One example was the malicious Apache module (Linux.Chapro and Trojan.Apmod) that we blogged about recently. A newer example is Linux.Cdorked, about which our friends at ESET […]

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McAfee Labs Messaging Security recently observed a spam campaign based on the Boston Marathon bombing and the Texas fertilizer plant explosion. The messages take advantage of our interest in these tragic events to lure victims to malware and exploits. Last week my colleague Paras Gupta blogged about the use of the Blackhole exploit kit to […]

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