But remember, blog sites are not the only ones susceptible to these types of threats. Social networking sites like...
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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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