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Myspace Pages Rigged With Bad Script


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Posted 22 September 2008 - 06:50 AM

Trend Micro was recently alerted to a possible malware detection triggered when visiting MySpace Web pages. According to reports, certain MySpace pages are being detected as Possible_HiFrm.

Possible_HiFrm is a heuristic detection noted for being effective in detecting malicious iframes and redirects pointing to most of the old and some of the recent Web threats...Further analysis reveals the reported MySpace pages do contain malicious scripts that Trend Micro detects as JS_DIRESEX.A. This JavaScript is programmed to secretly connect to a porn site (hence the detection name) which pops up unexpectedly while the user is browsing...

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