PC-pwning infection hits 30,000 legit websites And counting

Discussion in 'malware problems & news' started by Malcontent, May 30, 2009.

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  1. Malcontent

    Malcontent Registered Member

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    http://www.theregister.co.uk/2009/05/30/mass_web_infection/
     
  2. Rmus

    Rmus Exploit Analyst

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    Note that if you have scripting in the browser configured per site then the javascript code on the site to which you are redirected will not execute.

    I have javascript enabled for Wilders:

    wilders-site1.gif

    If I click on the link to the article -- taking me to another site-- javascript will be disabled:

    wilders-site2.gif


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    rich
     
  3. Searching_ _ _

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    I'm feeling frisky...hehehe.

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    Oh...Yeah! bown..bown.

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    Not too long now.

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    Just a few clicks away.

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    MMMMHHMMM! :shifty:

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    Oh no! The people at those security forums told me not to go to dodgy websites.

    I guess they were right all along.

    I guess I should click "Remove Threats" so I can clean this PC.

    There's gotta be just one site that's not infected. Maybe this one...

    What is going on? This thing is acting funny.

    I can't go to Wilders for cleaning. Last time I tried to post a log they got a little touchy. Told me to go somewhere else.

    All of the other sites won't help me for 2 weeks...

    I know, I'll disguise my plea for help by pretending I'm a knowledgable techie.
    Impress someone into helping me.
     
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