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  • For several years, hackers have been using state websites and portals of US and European universities to advertise their services.

    A vulnerability in the CMS system allowed scammers to upload their content to websites.

    For several years, cybercriminals have been using the websites of government agencies and universities in the United States, as well as some European companies and educational institutions, to distribute their advertisements for hacking services and phishing links.

    Hackers uploaded PDF files with advertising texts and links to websites, exploiting vulnerabilities in content management systems (CMS) or legitimate forms for submitting documents. The timing of the spam campaign has not been set. Experts believe that one hacker or a small group may be behind the attacks.

    Among the victims of the campaign are the websites of government agencies of some US states, including California and Washington, as well as the official websites of the city of Jones Creek (Georgia) and the Federal Administration for Community Living (Federal administration for Community Living). The incident also affected educational institutions. PDF files advertising hacker services have been found on the websites of many US universities.

    It is worth noting that the attackers also placed their ads on the website of the University of Buckingham in the UK, which indicates that the hackers operated at least in North America and Europe. In addition, cybercriminals infiltrated the website of the Spanish branch of the Red Cross and the website of an unknown travel company in Ireland.

    However, the main focus of the hackers was on the United States, and it is not yet clear why they chose the United States. According to TechCrunch, the hackers posted ads on the website of the American defense company and aerospace manufacturer Rockwell Collins, a subsidiary of the military-industrial giant Raytheon.

    What PDF files contain

    The PDF files that the hackers uploaded to the websites of various organizations do not in themselves pose a threat, in contrast to what is written in them. The documents contain links to various sites where users are encouraged to use hacking tools to hack popular web services, including ShapChat, Facebook* and Instagram*.

    The source code of the fraudulent sites showed that the advertised hacking services are fake, despite the fact that at least one of the sites displays profile pictures and the names of the alleged victims.

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