Posts Tagged ‘iframe injection’

FTP Injection Attacks Are Getting Craftier

FTP Injection attacks, which were quite active 5 months ago, have been making a comeback. This latest round of attacks has proven to be more advanced in the techniques and level of sophistication used to disguise the malicious code. Here’s what we’re currently seeing…

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Google Helps With Malware Detection and Removal

As Malware injection attacks continue to increase in frequency on websites, Google has released more information and new features to help webmasters combat and remove malicious code from their websites. Here is a look at two of these new options from Google.

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Google Safe Browsing – What it Means for Your Website

Tweet In a previous blog post we discussed the rise in IFRAME injection attacks via FTP that insert malicious code into webpages.  If this malicious code exists in any page that Google crawls, and the URL in the IFRAME or JavaScript call is one that Google has identified as potentially harmful or unsafe, it’s very […]

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IFRAME Injection Attacks via FTP on the Rise Again

Tweet Back in May and continuing into June, we saw a sharp increase in the number of compromised websites due to the Gumblar infection.  This virus/malware would infect a PC, and then pass any FTP usernames and passwords it could find stored in any FTP program on the computer back to the Botnet.  The hackers […]

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