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Malicious Code Infects Chinese Security Site

     

engine

5:19 pm on Oct 3, 2007 (gmt 0)

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The Web site of one of China's Internet security organizations has been laced with malicious code.
At least three pages on the Chinese Internet Security Response Team's (CISRT) Web site are rigged with a malicious "iframe," a hidden window on a Web page that can allow code such as JavaScript to run on a visitor's PC, according to Trend Micro Inc.'s malware blog.

Malicious Code Infects Chinese Security Site [news.yahoo.com]

bill

1:02 am on Oct 6, 2007 (gmt 0)

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Ouch. That's got to be a blow to their collective ego.

This is just another example of how no sites can truly be trusted. It's another reason why you should use an alternative browser like Firefox or Opera and surf with most scripting and plug-ins turned off.

 

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