Wednesday, November 14, 2007
In this example of a scammy ecosystem, you have a single IP (18.104.22.168) hosting the now, retro WebAttacker exploitation kit (inn2coming.com/income/index.php), a viagra scam (pctabletshop.hk) on the second parked domain, and an investment banking scams on another two - progold-inv.biz; cfinancialservice.com. Now, all they're missing is a Rock Phish kit hosted on it and it would have made it an even more interesting operation to monitor. Of course putting more personal efforsts into everything pays off. The same netblock is also hosting such popular downloader's update locations and live exploit URLs such as stat1count.net; all1count.net; and the recently appeared on the radar mediacount.net (22.214.171.124).
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