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BenCasey

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  1. I had 32 browser tabs open withing a few seconds and in the browser tabs was either a spam link, or a google search of the last line of many of my skype conversations, how would an attacker do that without either 1) leaving something in the apache request logs or 2) malware? Thanks Ben
  2. Hi Everyone. I run an older model Macbook Pro, a local LAMP stack for development (managed by Homebrew) and always keep things up to date. I had port 80 open to incoming traffic to enable testing of a webhook setup I am developing which it appears someone has used to compromise skype and firefox (or just able to open tabs on the default browser) on my machine. I had browser tabs open with a google search of the last line of many of my skype conversations, and some . I can't see a whole lot in the apache logs from when the attack was executed so Im concerned that malware has somehow been installed. Where would I start looking to ensure my machine is no longer compromised (other than heavily restricting incoming requests over port 80) ? Thanks. Ben
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