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The Websense® ThreatSeeker® Network has detected that a DNS poisoning attack is happening in Kenya, with local big name websites in information technology targeted including Google, Bing, and LinkedIn. Although DNS records point to a page on behalf of the attackers that lets the browsing user know about the hack, it could easily be replaced with a malicious page at will. Below […]

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During the first half of the year, we have seen targeted attacks leveraging the Syrian conflict and how the backdoor RAT DarkComet was used, which we documented in the following blog posts: DarkComet Surfaced in the Targeted Attacks in Syrian Conflict Fake Skype Encryption Software Cloaks DarkComet Trojan After the report that the Anonymous collective […]

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Acting on a tip, a member of our Threat Research team (Brod) has discovered a Dalai Lama related website is compromised and is pushing new Mac malware, called Dockster, using a Java-based exploit.Page source from’s a screenshot of from Google’s cache:Note: Google’s November 27th snapshot also includes a link to the malicious exploit […]

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