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This investigation began a few weeks ago, when I came across the following two threads in website security forums:
[badwarebusters.org] Lately I have been seeing a huge increase in the number of hacked sites appearing on google image search results that redirect to a fake Av scanner. more »»
[Google Webmaster Help] google image search results often has multiple infected / malware sites on the first SERP page. more »»
This is a well known problem. I blogged about such SEO poisoning attacks several times here. This time I decided to check what’s behind the reported increase in malicious image search results.
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Adobe and Java vulnerabilities, hotlinking, file permissions, $100 million scareware case etc. »»
This is the fifth article in the series about rogue blogs created by hackers inside legitimate websites of Servage clients. Millions of malicious web pages has seriously poisoned Google search results, redirecting visitors to scareware sites. You might want to read the previous posts first:
In this post, I’ll describe how the new generation of rogue blogs works.