The latest round of vulnerable WordPress plugins leads to an active traffic monetization campaign via hacked websites.
Phishing URL compromise is surprisingly common, as many phish pages are fully expected to have a short shelf life. Of course, having a site taken down isn’t the only thing making life difficult for phishers. As you’ll see, it’s often the least of their worries given the surprisingly plentiful ways people want to celebrate International Give a Phisher a Headache Day.
A compromised nude leak forum, dubious adverts, Malvertising, Ransomware and more besides – this one has it all.
Famous musician + hacked website = a bad hair day for all.
A Bard’s Tale….of hacking and defacement.