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A snippet of code on the Central Tibetan Administration website redirects CN speaking visitors to a Java exploit that drops an APT-related backdoor. For some context, the site claims the administration itself as “…the Central Tibetan Administration (CTA) of His Holiness the Dalai Lama, this is the continuation of the government of independent Tibet.” The […]

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Now is the time to disable Java in your web browser, or even remove it from your system if that is practical. Why? The bad guys are hard at work trying to exploit a zero day vulnerability in the latest version of Java (version 1.7, Update 6.). This vulnerability is the subject of a US-CERT […]

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In early July, an update to the Black Hole exploit kit targeted Java vulnerability CVE-2012-1723. The vulnerability could evade the JRE (Java Runtime Environment) sandbox and load additional Java classes in order to perform malicious actions. Details about the vulnerability are here. Although most of the sites used in the attack are newly registered, the Websense® ThreatSeeker® Network can detect an attack […]

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