Hacked sites cause headaches
What do a former Playboy pinup, a small Michigan toy company, and a mild-mannered real estate agent have in common?
On the surface, not much. But they each run a Web site that has been hacked and may have been used to distribute adware, spyware, malware, keyloggers, and rootkits to their visitors.
At PC World.
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