It looks like the bad guys are proving that once again they aren’t slow to leap on an opportunity.
With parts of the internet flustering over the Symantec / PIFTS.EXE debacle, hackers have set out to poison search engines in an attempt to cash in on unsuspecting computer users.
We’re seeing evidence that websites containing malware are showing up in search engine results when people hunt for more information about PIFTS.
The Mal/BadRef-A script redirects to another malicious script (detected by Sophos as…
Read more in my article on the Naked Security website.
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