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The National Cyber Security Alliance says the security awareness Web site StaySafeOnline.org hosted a malicious iFrame that pushed malware to visitors from October 5 to 11.
"Security professionals including those from the US based Multi State Information Sharing and Analysis Centre (MS-ISAC) alerted the alliance to the problem," SC Magazine reports.
"Staysafeonline.org was taken offline until the infection was removed," the article states
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