September 12, 2014

Popular Japanese blogging portal is trying to attack readers

There is no need to try and compromise top-ranked websites because they often rely on third-party sources for various reasons (additional plugins, widgets, etc.). This is especially true when content is created by end users who might inadvertently insert risky links,” according to Malwarebytes. Why try and go after well guarded top domains when you can pick up the easier ones? The end result is the same: millions of visitors are exposed to malware.

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