Displaying items by tag: Exploit

Monday, 09 February 2009 16:34

Kaspersky patch own back yard, but delude self

Technology security firm Kaspersky suffered egg on its face this weekend after a hacker posted details, including screenshots, of a successful SQL injection attack on the firm's web site. Kaspersky have released an official statement which suffers from an amazing dose of reality denial.

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Kaspersky is a leading security and anti-virus software company. Yet, this weekend a poster on the hackersblog.org forum demonstrated Kaspersky's web site was vulnerable to exploitation by one of the surely most publicised methods available – SQL injection. Pictures included!
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Rootkits are the not-so-secret, yet increasingly sophisticated weapon of online criminals targeting Windows users even before their computer boots up, with the Mebroot / Sinowal / Torpig rootkit potentially the worst of the bunch, completely invisible to traditional AV programs – but not to TrustDefender.

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