Publishers Are the Real Victims of Ad Fraud
While ad fraud is causing advertisers to lose billions each year, it’s bringing even more devastating consequences to publishers and ...
Building Resilience to Reverse Engineering: A Study in CAPTCHA
Cybercriminals have found several different workarounds for CAPTCHA, and while recent updates promise to revitalize it, the technology’s ...
Hackers for Hire: The Continued Rise of Malware-as-a-Service
These days, botnets have become a multi-billion dollar business that’s active in nearly all corners of the world. That’s due in large part ...
How Pseudonymous Reputation and the Dark Web Have Made Cybercrime Easier Than Ever
Pseudonymity in reputation systems is a common feature of online forums, but I think the best illustration of the concept is the Amazon ...
What’s the Difference Between Basic and Advanced Bots?
Contrary to what you might hear on Twitter, bots aren’t always bad — they’re simply software scripts that live on computers. The ...
9 of History's Notable Botnets
Business may be booming for the cybercrime underworld at large, but that doesn’t mean that any old scheme will be profitable. Botnets, ...
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