Created 07/04/2012 - 10 months ago
According to Symantec, the Trojan.Milicenso or "Printer Bomb" malware is propagated by a compromised .htaccess file that launches a redirection Web attack. So far, at least 4,000 websites have been compromised by the cybercriminal(s) behind the attacks.
'Printer Bomb' Malware Spread Via Compromised .htaccess Files, Says Symantec via @securityweek http://t.co/tB8EnJaU #security
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