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As I mentioned in a post last week, there was an interesting malvertising component involved as one of the “prongs” of a large malware attack, and it was worth a post of its own. (Any time a big site like the L.A. Times is involved in a malware campaign, it’s newsworthy, and it’s not alone […]

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Many people who run their own website or blog are hit almost daily with a torrent of spam comments which then have to be removed. Spam comments aren’t just annoying; they can ruin the feel of a website and can even link back to scams, surveys and even malware. Not where you want your readers […]

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In the vein of fake computer lockers everywhere, such as the Trojan.Ransomlock, Trojan.Fakeavlock, and Trojan.Winlock families, comes Trojan.Shadowlock. Unlike any of its predecessors however, this malware “encourages” users to fill out an online survey instead of outright demanding an online payoff. Online surveys in general return very little money, but they do eventually add up […]

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