Summarizing Webroot's Threat Blog Posts for December

The following is a brief summary of all of my posts at Webroot’s Threat Blog for December, 2013. You can subscribe to Webroot’s Threat Blog RSS Feed, or follow me on Twitter:

01. Cybercrime-friendly VPN service provider pitches itself as being ‘recommended by Edward Snowden’
02. Commercial Windows-based compromised Web shells management application spotted in the wild
03. Compromised legitimate Web sites expose users to malicious Java/Symbian/Android “Browser Updates”
04. Malicious multi-hop iframe campaign affects thousands of Web sites, leads to a cocktail of client-side exploits – part two
05. How cybercriminals efficiently violate YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, SoundCloud and Google+’s ToS
06. Tumblr under fire from DIY CAPTCHA-solving, proxies-supporting automatic account registration tools
07. Newly launched ‘HTTP-based botnet setup as a service’ empowers novice cybercriminals with bulletproof hosting capabilities – part three
08. Cybercriminals offer fellow cybercriminals training in Operational Security (OPSEC)
09. Fake ‘WhatsApp Missed Voicemail’ themed emails lead to pharmaceutical scams
10. A peek inside the booming underground market for stealth Bitcoin/Litecoin mining tools
11. Cybercrime Trends 2013 – Year in Review

This post has been reproduced from Dancho Danchev’s blog. Follow him on Twitter.

Author: Dancho Danchev

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