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A few days ago, hundreds of websites, based on WordPress 3.2.1, were compromised. The attacker uploaded an HTML page to the standard Uploads folder and that page redirects the user to the Phoenix Exploit Kit. Its logs show that users from at least four hundred compromised sites were redirected to Phoenix exploit pages. Here is […]

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We’ve had reports that some systems have had their DNS resolution settings modified to resolve domains from: 188.229.89.121 The IP belongs to a known “bad” /24 netblock in Romania, part of AS43134 (COMPLIFE-AS CompLife Ltd) … a netblock that we had perviously noted within Scrapbook. Which in effect, redirects all web browsing attempts to: hxxp://188.229.89.121 […]

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As a feminist who sees an above-average amount of spam (due to many years in the Internet security space), the spam sample below caught my eye and elicited a chuckle. It’s dating spam with sense of humor: the spammer sent a “looking for sex on the side” spam message with a spoofed from address using […]

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