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Gumblar site infections return, WordPress among affected

Gumblar site infections return, WordPress among affected

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Nov 9 2009 11:47AM
Beladen infections plummet

Beladen infections plummet

The number of sites infected with malicious code inserted by the Beladen injection has dropped significantly.
Jun 16 2009 5:03PM
PC infections rising as botnets try to reseed

PC infections rising as botnets try to reseed

McAfee is reporting that it has seen a sharp rise in the number of PC infection and malware variants as botnet operators try to rebuild their networks after the McColo shutdown.
Jun 12 2009 3:01PM
Spyware rise caused by new Virtumundo infections

Spyware rise caused by new Virtumundo infections

There was a 10 percent increase in spyware during the first quarter of 2009, due to an old threat that again is making noise -- the Virtumundo trojan, according to a quarterly report put out by PandaLabs.
Apr 8 2009 10:26AM
Autorun infections re-emerging in wild

Autorun infections re-emerging in wild

A new malware outbreak is menacing users with a new twist on an old infection tactic, according to experts.
Mar 5 2009 2:58PM
Alarms sounded over flash drive infections

Alarms sounded over flash drive infections

The US Computer Emergency Response Team (US-Cert) is warning users and administrators to be on the lookout following the discovery of a malware outbreak being spread via USB keys.
Nov 21 2008 3:25PM
Websense identifies Halloween malware infections

Websense identifies Halloween malware infections

Halloween provided extra scares as some sites were compromised with malware.
Nov 4 2008 11:38AM
Rootkit leaves false trail to 'accuse' Prevx of infections

Rootkit leaves false trail to 'accuse' Prevx of infections

In their latest move in a game of cat and mouse with security companies, the hackers that created Gromozon redesigned the malware over the last week to include pop-ups and other fake clues to trick the infected user into thinking UK-based Prevx is the source of infection.
Nov 10 2006 11:23PM
Significant Kama Sutra infections remain in U.S, India and Peru

Significant Kama Sutra infections remain in U.S, India and Peru

Significant concentrations of PCs infected with the Kama Sutra virus (also known as Blackworm, CME-24 or Nyxem.E) remain in Peru, India and the United States, a security firm warned today.
Feb 13 2006 10:16AM
Bugbear-B infections drop

Bugbear-B infections drop

Jan 1 2000 12:00AM

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