FLOG

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FLOGFile Based Logging
FLOGFake Blog
FLOGFor the Love of God
FLOGFact Log (election campaign web page)
FLOGPhoto Log (see also Phlog)
FLOGForm Log
FLOGFetish Lifestyles Open Group
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"These highly relevant news stories and videos are being posted to the hackers' fake blogs to increase the site's Google search rankings."
"Placing malware in video links on fake blogs is not a novel approach," explained Webroot.
Scott predicts this fake blog won't have any ill effects on blogging in general and will likely raise the overall visibility of blogs.
As soon as the name was finalised, the couple immediately took this action to protect the baby and avoid the possibility of her name being falsely used in fake blogs or sites.
The threat uses fake blogs to discover its C&C servers, which are hosted on Tibet-related domains.
First came fake blogs, with their personal endorsements vouching for the wonders of acai berry weight-loss pills, colon cleansers, and other "miracle" products.
Take, for example, brands like Sony and Wal-Mart, which were caught utilizing flogs (or fake blogs) to spark attention and social influence, or the manager of product planning at Honda who was caught masquerading as a consumer posting praise to the Crosstour Facebook fan page.
The ECHO columnist was furious when he discovered two fake blogs had been set up in his name to bad-mouth some of Liverpool's leading figures.
The new regulations ban 31 types of unfair commercial practices outright, including fake blogs, created by marketing and public relations firms for the purpose of falsely representing themselves as a consumer.
"These fake blogs were most insidious because they were showing up in Google searches," Davis says, recalling the frustration.
Internet filtering company, Websense, has warned users to be aware of fake blogs or web journals that are used to infect users' computers with malicious code such as keylogging software or viruses.