Tech support scammers belonging to the Partnerstroka group are once again abusing browsers, this time with a new browlock feature to reel in more victims, in one of the biggest campaigns we’ve ever tracked.
If you’re not blocking ads on your PC and mobile device, you should be! In this two-part series, we dispel some of the myths surrounding ad blocking, and cover the reasons why you should be blocking ads on your network and devices.
The same group behind the Shoppers Stop tech scam campaign is at it again, injecting malicious ad code into thousands of sites and redirecting to a templated warning page.
Browser update? Do not trust, and do verify before downloading potential malware.
This malvertising campaign uses a popular cryptocurrency theme to redirect users to the RIG exploit kit.
Today, on Safer Internet Day, we’re going to look at some of the easiest, fastest, completely free things you can do to have a safer Internet experience. Starting with ad blockers and anti-tracking browser extensions.
We take a look at a prolific campaign that is focused on the distribution of coin miners via drive-by download attacks. We started to notice larger-than-usual payloads from the RIG exploit kit around November 2017, a trend that has continued more recently via a campaign dubbed Ngay.
Learn why Malwarebytes is blocking exosrv.com, an ad server for adult sites. Hint: it’s not because it’s porn.