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Has TechCrunch been hacked?

Has TechCrunch been hacked?

One of TechCrunch's web servers is serving up pages which definitely don't belong at TechCrunch!

But it may not be the result of malicious hacking..

Digging Deeper on the TechCrunch Zbot

Digging Deeper on the TechCrunch Zbot

Last week the website belonging to TechCrunch Europe had malicious code planted on it, the payload of which was a variant of Zbot - Troj/Zbot-YP. There are several interesting aspects of this variant that are worth exploring in a little Read more…

TechCrunch Europe warns readers to scan their PCs for malware

TechCrunch Europe warns readers to scan their PCs for malware

At the start of this week I posted a warning on this blog that the TechCrunch Europe website had fallen victim to a hacking attack, and was spreading malware to its readers. At the time I was concerned that the Read more…

TechCrunch Europe serves up malware attack

TechCrunch Europe serves up malware attack

Updated The European website of TechCrunch (eu.techcrunch.com), one of the world's most popular blogs, appears to have fallen victim to hackers, who have planted a malicious script on their site, designed to infect unsuspecting visitors. TechCrunch Europe posted a message Read more…

TechCrunch hacked again, as intruders turn potty-mouthed

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Top technology blog TechCrunch has been hacked for the second time in 24 hours, with visitors being greeted by an offensive message directed at site founder Michael Arrington. Part of the message posted by the hacker reads: So Arrington, how Read more…

TechCrunch hit by hack attack, says 'we'll be back soon'

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TechCrunch, one of the world's top blogs, has been hacked. At approximately 6:20am GMT the site was replaced with this message, linking to a site containing links to adult and pirated material: As far as we can tell at this Read more…