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Category Archives: Malvertising

What is malvertising?

February 24, 2015 | BY

We’re on a bit of an educational push here at Malwarebytes with the aim of helping Internet users become a bit more aware of the latest tricks that criminals are using to catch you out. Hopefully, this means you will be a bit safer online.

Today’s post takes a closer look at ‘malvertising’.

PUPs and Java Removal Tools, Oh My

November 20, 2014 | BY

When it comes to online threats, these days website ads could be considered a grey area. For the majority of site owners providing free services or content, they’re good to have because they generate revenue from visits and clicks. For normal site visitors, they (we) have learned to gloss over the ads at best. Regardless […]

Yet another case of malvertising on The Pirate Bay

September 27, 2014 | BY

The Pirate Bay is famous for its tumultuous relationship with copyright advocates and law enforcement. And yet, despite police raids and numerous trials, the torrent site is still going strong with a new infrastructure, as detailed in a recent article published by Torrent Freak. From a security standpoint, The Pirate Bay has been involved in notorious malvertising attacks, […]