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If you are using Joomla, now is the time to update it. A new version was just released for the 1.5.x and 1.7.x branches fixing a high priority security issue that will allow remote users to change other users passwords (even on admin account). More details on the Joomla website and here. Description: Weak random […]

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Update: mysql.com appears to be clean now (they replaced the script that contained the malicious code). Popular website mysql.com has been hacked and is serving malware. Here is the sequence of events viewed from Fiddler (highlighted are the malicious parts): The hacker(s) modified a legitimate javascript and injected some malicious code into it. Even though […]

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Thousands of sites are currently being hit by an injection attack pointing to dfrgcc.com/ur.php a domain registered to someone using the infamous hotmailbox.com domain for email.    JamesNorthone    James Northone [email protected]    +1.5168222749 fax: +1.5168222749    128 Lynn Court    Plainview NY 11803    us The site is hosted on 188.229.88.103 which is the […]

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