Oh yeah? :) Well, maybe research isn't their field of expertise then. I'd say something else might suit them better... like street cleaning or field painting.
Researchers still don't know how servers are being infected with Cdorked.
All in all it's just another FUD article. And the original one by ESET isn't much better. In fact ESET should focus on making quality anti-malware products instead of trying to gain free publicity. They still can't compete with Symantec/Norton, Kaspersky Lab or Trend Micro.