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reshark plugin for Firefox decodes the malicious Web.
A computer security researcher has released a plugin for Firefox that provides a wealth of data on Web sites that may have been compromised with malicious code.
The plugin, called Fireshark, was released on Wednesday at the Black Hat conference. The open-source free tool is designed to address the shortcomings in other programs used to analyze malicious Web sites, said Stephan Chenette, a principal security researcher at Websense, which lets Chenette develop Fireshark in the course of his job.
Hackers often target legitimate Web sites with code that can either infect a machine with malicious software or redirect a user to a bad Web page.
Fireshark plugin for Firefox decodes the malicious Web - Computerworld
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