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Dubbed VastFlux, the scheme relied on JavaScript code injected into digital ad creatives, which resulted in fake ads being stacked behind one another to generate revenue for the fraudsters. More than 11 million devices were impacted in the scheme. The JavaScript code used by the fraudsters allowed them to stack multiple video players on top […]

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Around one year ago I posted about what were the most common web attacks in Spain and how the malware was spread. It is time for an update! We regularly collect data regarding infected web sites based in our detections on KSN. Apart from the general verdicts that I usually find in the top of […]

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When developers are unaware of security they open the door to threats against their customers and users. We are not just talking about exploitable vulnerabilities in their code, but about something much more obvious than that. Here is the curious case of an Android application on Google Play that contains some traces of malware, but […]

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