Alicia Keys' MySpace Page Sings with Malicious Code

The MySpace pages for singer Alicia Keys and other musicians were hacked with a seemingly new type of hack, a security expert said Thursday.

Keys' MySpace page and that of others, including a Scottish band and a French band, were flagged by users of Exploit Prevention Labs' LinkScanner software, which blocks pages containing malicious code. The discovery came after users began reporting that Keys' page was blocked, according to Roger Thompson, chief technology officer of LinkScanner.com. "When we saw it was MySpace and Alicia Keys, we took a good look at it," he said in an interview

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