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Google warns against unknown JavaScript

April 20, 2012  Security Suite

Google Search Quality Team issued a statement this week about a dangerous JavaScript code that is inserted into web pages by a third party coder, then it redirects visitors to other malicious websites.
Targets of the attackers are HTML, JavaScript or PHP files where the following sequence is inserted: "eval(function(p a c k e r)". Google also recommends checking the server configuration files, which can be compromised the same way.

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Stagefright - probably the most dangerous threat to smartphones right now

August 25, 2015  Security Suite

Can you imagine a single received MMS could allow hackers to access all your data on your phone? Meet Stagegright, the exploit that is a threat for 950 million smartphones with Android. Vulnerability like this is very dangerous because it does not require any action by the victim - all the hacker needs to compromise your smarthphone is your phone number.

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