Internet Users Facing Cyber Threat in the Form of Hidden Malicious Code

Security firm Finjan revealed that cyber criminals are using the malicious code hidden in genuine websites as a tool to spread malware among unwary users.

US media company, CBS, has been reported to be one of the current victims of such malware attacks. Security researchers at Finjan's Malicious Code Research Centre (MCRC) have recently informed CBS about the compromise of its one of the online pages.

According to the statement given by Finjan's Chief Technical Officer, Yuval Ben-Itzhak, the malicious code actively injects an iFrame that downloads a malware from a remote server located in Russia, as repor...

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