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London Stock Exchange Web Site Serving Malware

wiredmikey (1824622) writes | more than 3 years ago

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wiredmikey (1824622) writes "The Web Site for the London Stock Exchange (LondonStockExchange.Com) has apparenty been serving up malware to some users very recently, according to a current Google Safe Browsing Report. Currently Google has identified the site as unsafe, and trying to visit the site using Firefox, Safari, or Chrome will result in a warning to the user. As of 7:32PM PST on Sunday, February 27th, the warnings were still being displayed.

The site has NOT been hacked, and there is a big difference. The alert is likely a result of "Malvertising",, a growing method for attackers to distribute malware via advertising tags"

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yup (1)

guitarsynth (827709) | more than 3 years ago | (#35335384)

If mikey likes it!
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