Officials think the site's server was hacked sometime between Jan. 26 and Jan. 28.
The Web site of Miami's Dolphin Stadium, which plays host to Super Bowl XLI on Sunday, has been trying to hijack unpatched Windows PCs for about a week, a security company said Friday.
The site was hacked between Jan. 26 and 28, Websense reported, and until approximately 11 a.m. PST Friday was actively serving up a backdoor Trojan horse and password stealer.
"The 25th was the last date that we saw [the site] clean," says Dan Hubbard, Websense's head of research. "Sometime between the 26th and the 28th was when we think the site's server was hacked."
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