Sucuri Labs Weekly Review – June 22nd – 2012

Have you checked out Sucuri Labs? We have been adding a daily feed of the top web-based malware
samples that we find every day, and the number of compromised sites as well.

We separate the data into three main categories:

  • Hidden iframes
  • Conditional redirections (genereally done via .htaccess)
  • Encoded javascript.

This helps us understand how sites are getting compromised and how it is being executed in the browser.

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Introducing Sucuri Labs – Complimenting the Sucuri Research Blog

The content of this site is often a compilation of information derived from our internal lab. Today, we are happy to announce that components of our lab will be made available to the public via The Sucuri Lab.

Features of the Lab

This is not for the average end-user, its designed to offer insight into what we’re seeing on a daily basis and some of the research we are conducting.

On the main page you will find the following:

  • List of the Newest Daily Malware Strings
  • Research Notes
  • Malware Data
  • Sucuri Signatures

If you are a malware ninja and interested you can follow the lab on twitter at Sucuri Labs. If you’re interested in contributing new strings and / or looking for more information you can contact the lab at