Winter Olympic Search Results Exploited by Malware

Cybercriminals have been capitalizing on the world’s interest in the Winter Olympics in Vancouver to spread malware, experts warned. Attackers have been using Twitter and black hat search engine (SEO) optimization tactics to promote fake Olympics videos that are spreading malware. Read the full article. [Secure Computing]

Cybercriminals have been capitalizing on the world’s interest in the Winter Olympics in Vancouver to spread malware, experts warned. Attackers have been using Twitter and black hat search engine (SEO) optimization tactics to promote fake Olympics videos that are spreading malware. Read the full article. [Secure Computing]

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