if you’re sensible and careful enough about what you do online, only visiting legitimate websites, official software stores, and policing the links you click on with a suitable degree of vigilance, you probably won’t encounter any malware anyway.
“an engineer at a security firm discovered that advertisements on YouTube served by Google’s ad network delivered malware to visitor’s computers. … That virus was designed to break into consumers’ bank accounts and transfer funds to cybercriminals,”
News sites including BBC, MSN and the New York Times have been affected by "malvertising."
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