Malicious JavaScript code detected on Super Bowl-related sites

Monday, 5 February 2007, 5:53 PM EST

Security experts are finding an increasing number of Web sites hosting malicious JavaScript code first detected on Super Bowl-related sites last week.

Sites covering topics including health care and government have been hacked to host the JavaScript, SANS Internet Storm Center Director Marcus H. Sachs wrote on the SANS blog, listing some of the hacked sites.

At Computerworld.

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