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Finjan reports Iframes attack on Indian government website

According to a blog item from California-based Finjan, the website appears to route users to a malware infected site in Poland, which has been coded using the infamous Fiesta hacker toolkit.

Infosecurity notes that the Fiesta toolkit generates 25 different malware attack vectors against the unsuspecting users' PC, and, says Finjan, the obfuscated code on the Indian site - operated by the Indian Union Public Service Commission - is only detected by three of 40 of the virus engines on the Virustotal.com malware detection portal.

Finjan says that its malicious code research team has notified the CERT Indian team and they should be dealing with the situation shortly.

Infosecurity understands that the site has been flagged by Google and Yahoo's search engines as infected.
 

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