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Tweet Week: Jan 25-31, 2010

   31 Jan 10   Filed in Tweet Week

Selected short messages and links you might have missed if you don’t follow me on Twitter.

Jan 26, 2010

RT @gcluley: RT @mikkohypponen: Some notes about using Twitter as a tool for people interested in computer security.

New revision of the “GNU GPL” malicious script – now without comments and with less obfuscation. (Jan 29, plus more recent revision)

Jan 27, 2010

[h-online] Scareware becomes ransomware again – encrypted files, unbootable Windows, malicious IQ tests

Another bunch of hacked sites poison search results for Haiti disaster keywords (using the bety-like hack)

RT @briankrebs A peek inside one of the more popular browser exploit kits. the stats might surprise you.

Jan 28, 2010

[sophos] Troj/JSRedir-AK morphs into Troj/JSRedir-AR

[] Tips for Cleaning & Securing Your Website

FTP Lock – hosting providers come up with solutions that can minimize threats from stolen FTP credentials

Jan 29, 2010

[google] Request visitors’ permission before installing software if you don’t want your site to be labeled as malicious

Jan 30, 2010

[minor update] Unmask Parasites v0.5.196 – should work slightly faster.

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