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Those URLs look a lot like a buggy crawler and very little like an exploit attempt. A properly formatted hyperlink will start something like <a href="some-url">. The interesting part is what is between the " characters. A lazy coder might just look for pairs of " characters and not pay attention to the context at all. Depending on the structure of ...


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I'm not a malware expert, but I know that blackhats tends to use a small spoofing technique by calling their malware a name that is used by the system, in order to not raise the user's attention. Also, all anti-viruses can be bypassed by performing different encoding methods that makes the malware undetectable. But of course, Anti-viruses companies are doing ...


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I think the linked Wikipedia article covers it quite simply. Consider how many home users like to use a Dynamic DNS service to be able to reach their computer no matter what IP it has. The one computer reports its IP address on a regular basis, to a service which updates the DNS entry whenever the address changes. That way the DNS entry will always point to ...



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