New SQL Injection Attack More Dangerous than Traditional One
As per the news reported by DarkReading on November 11, 2008, thousands of websites affected by a new web attack in which SQL injection tool has been used in the past few days are not necessarily safe though they have removed malicious code.
Roel Schouwenberg, Senior Virus Researcher, Kaspersky Lab, said that people often think websites are safe to visit after removing the link, but that's not true. If a user's machine is infected once, the malicious code will attack the machine again, as reported by DarkReading on November 11, 2008.
Kaspersky, which discovered these web-based attacks, further said that the volume of SQL injection attacks, which appear to have originated from China, increased on November 10, 2008. Sites infected by these attacks are identified as missouri.ed...
» SPAMfighter News - 11/28/2008
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