RiskIQ’s 2016 Malvertising Report

Get the trending threat actor methods and learn how many more instances of malvertising we detected in 2016.

2016 Malvertising Recap from RiskIQOnce again, malvertising was on the rise in 2016.

To combat this problem, RiskIQ scans over 2 billion pages and 15 million mobile apps per day, resulting in a curated blacklist of malicious ads from across the Internet.

Download RiskIQ’s 2016 Malvertising recap to find out how many more instances of malvertising we detected in 2016, and a breakdown of how threat actor methods are trending, such as:

  • Malicious files
  • Redirections to phishing pages
  • Scams and other disingenuous advertising
  • Compromised legitimate assets
  • Malicious distribution systems
  • Scareware and browser lockers
  • Browser blockers

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