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Jamie Oliver the Celebrity Chef has his Website Hacked again within a Month

Security researchers state that renowned chef Jamie Oliver's online site namely jamieoliver.com was recently again hacked after previously getting attacked during mid-February 2015, with the site currently hosting malware, published bbc.com dated March 13, 2015.

Earlier when Oliver's website was breached, notification to administrators regarding the problem enabled in fast cleaning up the site.

Security Company Malwarebytes' Security Researcher Jerome Segura states that the second contamination of the website has been same as the previous, reported theregister.co.uk, March 13, 2015.

Reportedly, jamieoliver.com has had its analytics tag comScore's HTML contain an obfuscated malware from the hackers. There was also one digital signature for the malicious code certified from Just Great Software; however, there's no existence of that certificate any more.

Segura explains the current breach is essentially identical to the earlier one seen that leads to the belief that it's an identical infection which wasn't wholly cleared alternatively probably some security flaw within the Content Management System else server software continues to remain.

Segura further states that the above instance about one lawful and popular website strongly reminds that no website can any longer be considered safe. His company has repeatedly documented malevolent advertisements along with website hacks which impacted popular brands in much an identical way as the less significant sites.

Fox-IT Security Company's Maarten van Dantzig stated that his organization identified the contaminations to find one as sourced to the cookery site itself while discovered other records that indicated presence of the malware from March 5, 2015. Bbc.com reported this.

Jamie Oliver's Spokesman substantiating the breach stated that measures had been adopted for eliminating the malware so there was now full safety for the website's visitors. Currently, one forensic audit too was being conducted for digging out more details, he added. Bbc.com reported this.

Nonetheless, according to Dantzig, cyber-thugs were back on the website as they had installed the offending code onto the web-page's key portion. There was also a possibility that it was under hack via other methods.

Conclusively, Dantzig cautions that if any of the website's visitors doesn't have Flash's or Java's plug-ins updated for Internet Explorer he can become infected.

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