Tag Archives: Malicious Web Site

Shnakule Dangerous Malvertising Network

Blue Coat Security Labs experts warn of a large network malware known as Shnakule, the malware are using a combination of false advertising banners and fake security alerts to infect computers. According to the research malware spread itself through embedding

Keep an eye out for security threats with web filtering software

New technologies and upgrades are constantly being introduced to the Internet. As a result, the number of security threats has grown at an astonishing rate – which is why web filtering software has become such a necessity for businesses worldwide.

Geek.com Spreading Malwares!

ZScaler informed about an attack on Geek.com a website that has been very popular for online technology resources since 1996. Hackers managed to redirects users to malicious sites and tried to install malicious software on all visitors machine. On Sunday

Beware of Bin Laden Video Malware

New fake videos has been posted on internet for infecting computers, on blog post Zscaler reported on fake codecs being delivered on sites promising bin Laden death videos, these videos are promoted on social networks and internet search engines. By

Integrating VirusTotal in your Browser

Sometime you open a webpage or an infected file and the antivirus still silent, without alerting about any suspicious activity on your machine, this is maybe due to not having the latest AV signature or that the malware are encrypted

Zeus Grabbing Kaspersky’s Digital Signatures

Trend Micro threat researchers has reported detecting several malicious web files that are using a strange digital signature which looks like be signed by antivirus company Kaspersky. After analyzing the files and there signatures there has been a clear difference

Fake YouTube Pages Spreading Malware

Researchers at eSoft Threat Prevention Team have discovered thousands of fake websites that looks like YouTube. The website contains video which leads to installing a downloader Trojan with a less than 20% detection rate according to Virus Total. The site