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Windows 7: OpenX Vulnerability Exploited to Compromise Multiple Ad Servers

15 Sep 2010   #1
malexous

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OpenX Vulnerability Exploited to Compromise Multiple Ad Servers

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A vulnerability in a component of the OpenX advertising platform has been exploited by hackers to tamper with ad serving on multiple websites including The Pirate Bay, eSarcasm and AfterDawn.
OpenX Vulnerability Exploited to Compromise Multiple Ad Servers - Softpedia


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16 Sep 2010   #2
malexous

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Tucows Falls Victim to OpenX-Based Malvertizing Attack

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Tucows is the latest victim of hackers, who exploit a recent OpenX vulnerability to push malicious code onto legit websites in the form of advertisements.
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Tucows Falls Victim to OpenX-Based Malvertizing Attack - Softpedia
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