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Mass SQL injection attack affects over 200,000 URLs
The attack was originally detected in early December, 2011. It currently affects ASP sites and Coldfusion, as well as all versions of MSSQL.
Users that are successfully redirected are exposed to either a fake Adobe Flash page requesting that they update their player, or scareware also known as fake security software.
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