Posts Tagged: friendster


‘Regarding your Friendster password’ themed emails lead to Black Hole exploit kit

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Cybercriminals are currently spamvertising millions of emails, impersonating Friendster,  in an attempt to trick its current and prospective users into clicking on a malicious link found in the email. Upon clicking on the link, users are exposed to the client-side exploits served by the latest version of the Black Hole exploit kit. More details:

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Koobface: Not Just for Facebook, Anymore

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The latest generation of Koobface targets its particularly effective brand of social engineering at more social networks than ever. As the worm has evolved, we’ve seen it grow to encompass a pantheon of services, targeting more than just the widely publicized Facebook, MySpace, and Twitter, but a host of other Web sites where people meet and (apparently) post links of funny videos for one another to watch. To illustrate how pervasive the worm has become at propagation, we put together the video below. (And no, you don’t need to download some random codec to watch it, just Flash.) If you’ve […]

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