Last Updated: 2008-05-20 16:55:25 UTC
by Raul Siles (Version: 3)
- Your Web server contents (static contents and database), meaning the server has been compromissed and you need to clean it up and fix the vulnerability originally used by the attackers to insert the redirection tags.
- Your network traffic, meaning your clients are accessing compromissed Web servers and are being redirected to the malicious domains. These domains are typically trying to exploit client-based vulnerable software, so if your clients are not throughly updated, there is a higher chance that some of them have being compromised.
If you know about any other similar resource, or additional domains hosting (or that have hosted in the past) malicious code used in SQL injection attacks, please contact us.
UPDATE: We have been notified by one of our readers, thanks Steve, about some security filtering solutions, in this case based on ClamAV, blocking some of the aforementioned malicious domains.