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Seagate's blog pushes malware on unsuspecting visitors via rogue Apache modules

Seagate's blog pushes malware on unsuspecting visitors via rogue Apache modules

SophosLabs has been tracking an infection of Mal/Iframe-AL on Seagate's blog since late February.

Are you taking enough care of your company's websites?

Rogue Apache modules pushing iFrame injections which drive traffic to Blackhole exploit kit

Rogue Apache modules pushing iFrame injections which drive traffic to Blackhole exploit kit

SophosLabs has seen huge volumes of legitimate sites being compromised with malicious redirects in recent weeks.

Fraser Howard explains what's going on, and how the compromised web servers are almost exclusively running Apache.

Malware injected into legitimate JavaScript code on legitimate websites

Malware injected into legitimate JavaScript code on legitimate websites

SophosLabs has observed a trend of hackers inserting their malicious code into legitimate JavaScript hosted on legitimate compromised websites.

Learn more about what our experts have seen, and ensure that you have protection in place.

New IE zero day exploit circulating, used to install Poison Ivy

New IE zero day exploit circulating, used to install Poison Ivy

The gang behind that recent Java zero day attacks apparently hasn't packed up for the season. A researcher examining one of the servers used to launch attacks on vulnerable Java installations said he found a new zero day exploit for Microsoft's Internet Explorer web browser.

Invisible iFrame drive-by malware attacks explained [VIDEO]

Invisible iFrame drive-by malware attacks explained [VIDEO]

iFrames and script tags are being used by malicious hackers to serve up drive-by internet attacks, silently and invisibly.

Watch our video to find out more.

Hide and seek with website injections

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Step into the shoes of a site administrators attempting to check if their sites have been hacked or not, by taking a look at a couple of recent attacks against websites.

TWiT.tv - malware infects Leo Laporte's website

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The website run by internet celebrity Leo Laporte, TWiT.tv, has been hit by a malware infection intended to infect visiting computers.

Double trouble - spam and malware payloads

Targeted Trident cyber-attack against defence company

Don't you hate spam? It's a nuisance, but not anything you really need to worry about, is it? I mean, it's not like you ran an executable, you just found yourself somewhere trying to sell you Viagra, no harm done, Read more…