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  • Critical IE 11 bug can be used for effective phishing attacks

    04.02.2015

    A hacker has discovered a universal Cross Site Scripting (XSS) flaw that affects Internet Explorer 11 on Windows 7 and 8.1, and which could allow attackers to execute extremely convincing phishing attacks against Internet users.

  • Fake Facebook Account Suspended emails lead to Trojans, ransomware

    03.02.2015

    Fake Facebook account suspension emails are doing rounds of inboxes around the world, trying to convince the recipients that their account has been temporarily disabled due to the social network's "Terms and Policies renewal": Seemingly coming from a Facebook email address and signed with "The Facebook Team," the email is likely to trick some of the recipients into following the offered link to the TermsPolicies.pdf.exe file hosted on what seems to be a compromised third party site (assetdigitalmarketing [dot] com).

  • Beware of emails pushing Google Chrome updates!

    03.02.2015

    Google Chrome users are being actively targeted with a spam email campaign impersonating the Internet giant, urging them to download a newer version of the popular browser because theirs is "potentially vulnerable and out of date": Unfortunately for those who fall for this scam, the offered link does not lead to the legitimate software, even though the executable is named ChromeSetup.exe.

  • Email scammers stole $215M from businesses in 14 months

    29.01.2015

    The Business E-mail Compromise scam is alive and well, and expected to rise both when it comes to the number of victims and the total money loss sustained by them.

  • Supposedly clean Office documents download malware

    27.01.2015

    Bitdefender is warning Microsoft Office users against the emergence of a new spam campaign that is looking to trick antispam filters in order to allow spam to pass freely into mailboxes.




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Compromised cPanel "Account Suspended" pages redirect to exploit kit

The code redirects visitors to another URL where the Fiesta exploit kit is hosted, which then tries to detect and exploit several vulnerabilities in various software. If it succeeds, the visitors are saddled with a banking Trojan.


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