Why Hackers have turned to Malicious JavaScript Attacks

Why Hackers have turned to Malicious JavaScript Attacks

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Website attacks have become a serious business proposition. In the past, hackers may have infected websites to gain notoriety or just to prove they could—but today, it’s all about the money. Reaching unsuspecting users through the web is easy and effective.

Hackers now use sophisticated techniques—like injecting inline JavaScript—to spread malware through the web.

Learn about the threat of malicious JavaScript attacks, and how they work. Understand how cybercriminals make money with these types of attacks and why IT managers should be vigilant.

Vendor:
Sophos, Inc.
Posted:
13 Apr 2011
Published:
13 Apr 2011
Format:
PDF
Length:
6 Page(s)
Type:
White Paper
Language:
English
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