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Tweet Week: June 27 – July 4, 2010

   04 Jul 10   Filed in Tweet Week

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

June 28, 2010

added some more hijacked subdomains (rogue DNS records of legitimate domains) – it’s definitely a trend

Updated my list of Gumblar zombie URLs – now 1,000+ items. Analysis will follow soon.

Another SQL injection attack against ASP(.NET) sites. – thousands of affected sites.

@peterkruse told me that SQL injection attack was Asprox. Indeed, M86 Security described this very attack here

June 29, 2010

via @briankrebs : There’s a critical security update for Adobe Reader – but the update process is somewhat “tricky”

[] Google integrates safe PDF viewer in Chrome – Adobe Reader may become unneeded one day

June 30, 2010

just decoded a malicious PHP code. It had 20 !!! levels of obfuscation!!! What an overkill and waste of CPU!

RT @mattcutts: Webspam projects in 2010? – what projects do you think Google webspam should work on in 2010+?

RT @JohnMu: Loving the new — try it out with one of your old sites :)

July 1, 2010

[blog] Happy 2nd Birthday, Unmask Parasites! + comparison of the 1st and the 2nd years. Steady growth :)

[] Trojan attacks now almost solely from legitimate websites – only 1% of threats come from adult sites

July 2, 2010

[] New Tool Reveals Internet Passwords – trojans can use such tricks too. Do you save passwords in IE?

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