oxide7 writes "A fast-spreading SQL injection attack that illegally peddles a bogus scareware has been breaking anti-virus barriers and compromising millions of websites, besides defrauding unsuspecting victims. The news of this attack was brought out by Websense Security Labs in its blog last week. Websense said its Threatseeker Network identified a new malicious mass-injection campaign which it named LizaMoon."
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