Hackers use Google Pages to host Trojan horse

Monday, 19 June 2006, 5:45 PM EST

Google Inc.'s Web site hosting service is apparently being used by hackers to try to steal money using a malicious program, a security company said.

Security vendor Websense Inc. warned on Friday that a Trojan horse is being hosted on a site with the same IP address as the main Google Pages Web site, at googlepages.com.

At Computerworld.

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