Posts Tagged: Bing


Cybercriminals experiment with Android compatible, Python-based SQL injecting releases

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Throughout the years, cybercriminals have been perfecting the process of automatically abusing Web application vulnerabilities to achieve their fraudulent and malicious objectives. From the utilization of botnets and search engines to perform active reconnaissance, the general availability of DIY mass SQL injecting tools as well as proprietary malicious script injecting exploitation platforms, the results have been evident ever since in the form of tens of thousands of affected Web sites on a daily basis. We’ve recently spotted a publicly released, early stage Python source code for a Bing based SQL injection scanner based on Bing “dorks”. What’s the potential of this tool to […]

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Spammers Use Bing to Bypass Filters, Spam Bad Links

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Word came down from our Threat Research team this morning about a new spam campaign that uses upstart Bing search engine’s own redirection mechanism to bypass spam filters and send undesirable links over email. On top of that, the spammers are also abusing MySpace’s lnk.ms link shrinking system to further obfuscate the destination that the spammed link points to. When you view an RSS feed in Bing (such as their news feed, for example)  all the clickable links in the feed use Bing’s internal redirection mechanism, so before you end up on the news story you want to read, your browser […]

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