News Fraudsters Conducting Malvertising Campaign Via Inactive Domains

A number of inactive websites have been compromised and are redirecting visitors to unwanted URLs, many of which are malicious. This is according to a new study by Kaspersky, which uncovered over 1000 inactive domains that send users to second-hand pages as a way for fraudsters to make money or even infect their device.

Inactive domains are sometimes purchased by a service before being put up for sale on an auction...
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Fraudsters Conducting Malvertising Campaign Via Inactive Domains