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Twitter worm search poisoned

Twitter worm search poisoned

Cybercriminals are poisoning results when users search for information on the Twitter worm that was unleashed over the weekend, according to security firm F-Secure. The attackers use search-engine optimization tactics so that their malicious sites — serving up fake anti-virus software — rank near the top of results. These types of attacks are not uncommon, as opportunists typically leverage popular news or trendy terms to poison search results, F-Secure said. X DK


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