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Browlock Redirects Via Google Image Search

Scammers redirect image search results to display browlock scare pages.

A Tumblr of trouble

Tumblr is a hot spot for malware infections, spam and other security issues. But this one disguises itself as a legitimate JavaScript.

A lesser known aspect of the popular cloud storage Google Drive is its built-in site publishing feature that allows you to upload an entire directory containing static web files (HTML, JavaScript, CSS, etc.) and to publish your own website. Bad guys are uploading malicious scripts and using them as part of a well thought chain […]

From server hack to client side ransomware

Insecure websites are responsible for most malware infections. In this post I will show you how a typical WordPress site that was poorly configured got hacked, leading unsuspecting visitors to a very bad surprise. If you can browse the underlying structure of a site, it is usually not a good sign. It does not mean […]

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