More NewsFurther Reports on Infected Ads

Further Reports on Infected Ads

The Wall Street Journal is reporting "Hackers Can Now Deliver Viruses via Web Ads," ( link ), an issue we reported last month when Internet security firm Finjan released a report

The Wall Street Journal is reporting “Hackers Can Now Deliver Viruses via Web Ads,” (link), an issue we reported last month when Internet security firm Finjan released a report. June was by no means the first occurrence of rogue ads showing up on publisher sites, reports of the activities have transpired a handful of times over the past year. Internet security and anti-spam firms like Finjan and ScanSafe are investigating the issue and publishing regular reports.

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