Top 10 Web Hacks of 2006

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  1. Rasheed187

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    I tried :):
     

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    What's that and where does it come from?
     
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    After some discussions regarding whether the site originally linked above was indeed a hacker site, (as in a "how to" hack site versus merely a technical discussion site), and also the concern that one of the sites linked was actually malicious or not, I've put the original link (and a link to a related blog site) back into play above. One question remains though...

    Gerard, what product is giving you that warning and on which page is it being seen? I'm not seeing any warnings on those sites here.
     
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    1. Virtualization of traditional attack vectors (IM, email, web, doc, pdf, ect)
    2. Complete distrust and testing of directly installed code with even a hint of questionable origin.


    I'll add my own bit of gloom and doom

    ADS has been a potential concern for over 6 years (which is when I first started using LADS) but was largely unemployed by malware authors till recently. Some applications allowed you to scan ADS for hidden malware (TDS3 for instance) The rise in rootkits in general has been the largest development in the last few years with an ongoing war between creation and detection, but the latest twist has been this new generation of ADS rootkits specifically

    very very nasty
     
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    http://ha.ckers.org/blog

    It was blocked by LinkScanner Pro

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    What's the page? o_O
     
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    Hello,
    Reading about those exploits - one word comes to mind: IE.
    Most of these crapponers will work well only in IE. Normal browsers are less subject to exploits.
    Mrk
     
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    Well, if the first site is really malicious, I guess it´s best to remove it, but as you can see, the second site even links a couple of times to the first site. :rolleyes:
     
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