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Wordpress injection attack and “affiliate ping-pong.”
When talking about web attacks we tend to think of just defacement or malware distribution. As I shall show in this post, this is not always the case, though financial gain remains the common motive. The attack I describe below is all about driving web traffic, abusing affiliate schemes for profit. We have spoken before about affiliate abuse, back in 2007 and more recently here.
Wordpress injection attack and “affiliate ping-pong” | SophosLabs blog
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