Attackers are trying to compromise your web browser and its plug-ins. “Malvertising,” using third-party ad networks to embed attacks in legitimate websites, is becoming increasingly popular.

The real problem with malvertising isn’t ads — it’s vulnerable software on your system that could be compromised by just clicking a link to a malicious website. Even if all ads vanished from the web overnight, the core problem would remain.

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What is Malvertising and How Do You Protect Yourself?


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I should agree, sometimes Adblocker are not yet sufficient so you need script protection like NoScript as example for possible clickjacking protection. Still those malvertising usually happens on shady websites including pornography category that infects you via third party.
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