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Chris Larsen, Adnan Shukor

[Another great post by Adnan in our internal blog. Definitely deserves a wider audience... --C.L.]

 

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bo.moulton@bluecoat.com
The World Wide Web has become one of the most effective vectors for malware distribution, thanks to its scale (634 million web sites as of Dec. 2012) and ever-changing nature (in 2012 alone, 51 million websites were added to the web and the average web page grew 35%[1]). That’s a lot of places for attackers to hide to try to launch their attacks; it’s one reason we saw a 90% increase in web threats between 2010 and 2011! ... ...
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Andrew Brandt
Yet another spam campaign, the vanguard of which comprises URLs pointing to (what appear to be) compromised personal and small business Web sites, seems to have flooded the ‘net this week — only the most recent barrage in what has (so far) been a terrible month for malicious spam.
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Chris Larsen, Jeff Doty

[Another good look at the world of exploit kits from Jeff. --C.L.]

 

Meet the "Four Horsemen" of the Exploit Kit market:

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Chris Larsen

In my Friday morning presentation at this year's RSA Conference, I started off by asking the audience, "So, how many of you are sick of hearing about 'Big Data'?" and got a nice laugh. "Big Data" was clearly the "Big Buzzword" this year.

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Written by
Chris Larsen, Jeff Doty

[Great post from Jeff yesterday on our internal blog. --C.L.]

 

Meet the Face of Evil.

Would you believe that this:

screenshot of innocent site

is actually a cover for this?