We warned you about a dangerous security flaw in Java that was part of a very large, very dangerous hacking campaign called Pawn Storm. We also told you about the important patch for Java that fixed the vulnerability. If you got it, you're fine. If not, you need to know that Pawn Storm is still going on, and for almost a month, a high profile website was a malware attack in disguise.
The website was pretending to be that of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, a digital civil liberties group. Hackers used a spear-phishing email campaign with that URL, and those who visited would be vulnerable to the attackers running code on their computers.
Just FYI, the EFF's website is EFF.org, not electronicfrontierfoundation.org, which is what the hackers used. A staffer at the EFF thinks the malware appeared on the fake site the day it was registered, August 4. Now the fake site simply redirects people to the genuine EFF website.