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Legit websites pose a security risk
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Written by Danrok   
Wednesday, 20 June 2007 10:03

Many thousands of legitimate websites are said to have been infected with malicious code, which could install keylogging software on visitors' computers.  Those who don't patch and update their operating systems, will be most at risk.

These particular sites have been infected with MPack, a kit which was developed by Russian hackers.  In May this year, Panda Software first noticed that PCs were being infected.  They claim that 160,000 machines have this malware installed.

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