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Anyone noticed the strange web-source?

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lmns

Anyone noticed the strange web-source?

Postby lmns » Fri Dec 29, 2017 3:18 am

Hi,

Should I be worried about the strange <p id="pwn#"> code in web-source of cryptostorm.is?

Example:
<p id="pwn2">statement="SELECT * FROM users WHeRe name='" + userName + "';"</p>
<p id="pwn4">.glitch-sw a(href='<sub>#</sub>').sw .wrap.<small>glitch</small> .clock.is-off span(data-time='')<sup>.time</sup> .figure .figure-mask</p>

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