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Tweet Week: August 22-28, 2011

   29 Aug 11   Filed in Tweet Week

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


August 22, 2011

RT @stopbadware: Q&A: @maximweinstein on We Stop Badware™ Web Host program: how responsible hosting providers can fight badware

August 23, 2011

[wordpress.org] two forum threads about the counter-wordpress attack 1 & 2 — timthumb again

[cio.com.au] Security and Google Apps — An interview with Google Enterprise director of security, Eran Feigenbaum

RT @stopbadware: Request for comments: public draft of new best practices for reporting badware URLs Please RT!

August 24, 2011

[sucuri.net] Mass infection of WordPress sites (counter-wordpress .com) via @sucuri_security

[blog.cnizz.com] Evil Hackers from Outerspace — finding and removing malware – webmaster’s story

@sucuri_security‘s take on the @WooThemes / timthumb / googlesafebrowsing attack

August 25, 2011

Google Safe Browsing now flags GoogleSafeBrowsing .com and the company, incl. hacked sites. How to deal with warnings

August 26, 2011

RT @mattcutts: Scrapers getting you down? Tell us about blog scrapers you see We need datapoints for testing

August 27, 2011

The kwizhveo timthumb attack (GoogleSafeBrowsing com) now uses “statcounter . com” domain. WTF? Do they want Google to flag the innocent?

Screenshot of the hidden “statcounter .com” kwizhveo.php iframe in an Unmask Parasites report of an infected blog.

August 28, 2011

[h-online.com] phpMyAdmin updates close XSS hole

[h-online.com] Tool causes Apache web server to freeze – Update and “Rewrite” workaround

[cnet.com] How to check if a Web site is safe

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