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Tweet Week: November 15-21, 2010

22 Nov 10   Filed in Tweet Week with Comments Off

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

StopBadware’s new initiative, Adobe Reader X, osCommerce under attack, … »»

“Inlovebot” and “Crazymasya” Iframes on RackSpace

19 Sep 10   Filed in Website exploits with 5 Comments

A few days ago I noticed a new mass infection of sites on RackSpace. It mostly affects WordPress blogs and sites hosted under the same account with WordPress blogs.

Hackers create malicious .js files in some subdirectory of the compromised sites and inject links to those .js files into website pages.
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Pqshow .org Scripts – New Plague On MediaTemple Sites

14 Aug 10   Filed in Website exploits with 19 Comments

New week — new attack on MediaTemple-hosted sites.

Almost everything remains the same as in the last week’s attack I described here. The only difference is the new script and the new remote malicious site – bl .pqshow .org.
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Malicious “ads” and “bars” on RackSpace & MediaTemple

08 Aug 10   Filed in Website exploits with 21 Comments

Right before this week-end I noticed an increased number of sites hosted on MediaTemple and RackSpace coming to Unmask Parasites with the same problem — their sites are blocked by Google and their diagnostic pages mention the following five domains: “myads .name“, “adsnet .biz“, “toolbarcom .org“, “mybar .us“, “freead .name“.
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Tweet Week: June 21-27, 2010

27 Jun 10   Filed in Tweet Week with 1 Comment

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

Updates: RackSpace, Adobe, Firefox »»

Tweet Week: June 14-20, 2010

21 Jun 10   Filed in Tweet Week with Comments Off

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

RackSpace WordPress issue, WordPress 3.0, keyloggers + pastebin »»

Attack on WordPress Blogs on RackSpace

14 Jun 10   Filed in Website exploits with 32 Comments

This year we regularly see how hackers exploit security holes in infrastructure of large shared hosting providers to compromise thousands legitimate websites of their clients. Network Solutions, GoDaddy, Servage – they all are notorious for their security problems. Now RackSpace Cloud has fallen victim to a massive hacker attack…
Here’s the story …