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Fake Shooting Scam Used In Trojan Attack

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#1 quietman7


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Posted 30 March 2008 - 04:18 PM

Earlier this morning SophosLabs noticed a new scam designed to fool users into viewing a web site where they would be hit with a malicious script that installs a spy Trojan. We saw several spam messages alerting users to the supposed shooting of the e-Gold founder...Browsing to each of the domains redirects to a malicious page on another server...The script attempts to exploit several client-side vulnerabilities in order to download and install a Trojan... This is yet another example of the attackers using a blend of spam and malicious web sites to infect victims...

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