Huffington Post, Other Major Sites Hit By MalwareMark Melin
Google, Huffington Post, AOL are among a raft of popular online destinations that have been unknowingly serving up dangerous malware-laced advertisements that take control of a users’s computer.
Huffington Post malware-laced advertisements: Hackers ask for ransom
After the hackers take control of the computer, they lock out the user and demand a $300 ransom using a deceptive method that claims to be coming from law enforcement. If a user . . .
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