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Jan
15
Happy Nucl(y)ear - Evolution of an Exploit Kit
Posted by AToro on 15 January 2015 11:20 AM

This blog post discusses how Nuclear Pack, one of the most popular exploit kits, has evolved, and highlights the constant, ongoing arms race between attackers and defenders.

 

While Nuclear Pack is not the most sophisticated exploit kit--that dubious distinction going to Angler, which we will write about in an upcoming post--it is highly effective. It has been used in such high-impact campaigns as the Read more »




Jun
23

Websense® ThreatSeeker® Intelligence Cloud has detected that the official website of AskMen (at www.askmen.com ), a popular free online men's web portal, has been compromised and injected with malicious "drive by" code that appears to be part of a mass-injection attack. According to Read more »