Dolphin Stadium Sacked By Hackers
Do not visit the Dolphin Stadium website. It's been hacked with malicious code placed on the server, as security firm Websense Security Labs discovered.
The site is linked from numerous official Super Bowl websites and various Super Bowl-related search terms return links to the site.
The file that is downloaded is a NsPack-packed Trojan keylogger/backdoor, providing the attacker with full access to the compromised computer. The filename is w1c.exe and its MD5 is ad3da9674080a9edbf9e084c10e80516
The first exploit focuses on a Microsoft Data Access Component flaw reported last April. The other exploit just received a patch in January, to correct a vulnerability in Vector Markup Language that could permit remote code execution.
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