CA's website hacked by malware authors

Monday, 7 January 2008, 12:12 AM EST

Part of security software vendor CA's website was hacked last week and was redirecting visitors to a malicious website hosted in China.

Although the problem now appears to have been corrected, cached versions of some pages in the press section of CA.com show that the site had been redirecting visitors to the uc8010.com domain, which has been serving malicious software since late December, according to Marcus Sachs, director of the SANS Internet Storm Center.

At Computerworld.

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