But remember, blog sites are not the only ones susceptible to these types of threats. Social networking sites like Facebook and MySpace can serve malicious content in the form of advertisements. Even sites like MLB.com have been victims of Flash-based malware. Blog access is ultimately a risk-based decision. If the majority of attacks against your environment originate from blog sites, blocking access is a good first step.
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