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18-01-2008, 11.17.06
Web gateway filtering specialist Finjan is reporting a new toolkit that uses randomized JavaScript to stay hidden from virus crawlers and deliver its payload via compromised Web sites. Dubbed by Finjan's Malicious Code Research Center (MCRC) as the "Random JS Toolkit," the malware development package is allowing attackers to create threats that only attempt to victimize an individual computer in the same manner a single time to protect against discovery by anti-virus systems and researchers' automated "crawlers"...

Leggi: http://www.infoworld.com/article/08/01/14/New-malware-toolkit-thwarts-AV_1.html

18-01-2008, 11.18.50
The "random js toolkit" is a Javascript code that is created dynamically and provides a random filename that can only be accessed once. As a consequence, it changes every time it is accessed. The dynamic embedding, known as "code obfuscation," is done in such a selective manner that once a user has received a page with the embedded malicious code, it will not be referenced again during future visits...

Leggi: http://www.technewsworld.com/rsstory/61222.html