Cyberattack Fools You Once, Evades Detection

Cyberattackers have adapted the ability of Web sites to analyse the demographics of site visitors in order to create a new breed of drive-by malware downloads that defy detection. These so-called “evasive attacks,” as labeled by Web security appliance maker and security researcher Finjan in its most recent Web security trends report, are especially sneaky because they infect visitors only once before fading into obscurity.

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