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We recently published an article about an interesting case where a very popular WordPress Plugin (Social Media Widget), with more than 900,000 downloads, got sold and the new owners decided to use their big audience and inject spam on all the sites using the plugin. If you read the post, you will see how they […]

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This past week we have seen a sharp increase in the use of old tactics designed to poison your search engine results – also known as Search Engine Poisoning (SEP) attacks. If you use our free scanner, SiteCheck, you’ll likely see something like the following:You’re probably wondering, what the heck, how is that SEO SPAM? […]

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At the start of 2011, blackhat SEO was very much alive and kicking, and was being aggressively used to infect users with malware [1 ,2]. By May 2011, our detection for the malicious redirect used in these attacks, Mal/SEORed, was dominating our threat stats. Note: For readers that want a a quick recap on how […]

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