Malvertising: Distributing Malice via Cross-Domain Script Inclusion

  • The attacker analyzes the scripts that are included in the target website from the third-party domain.
  • The attacker compromises the third-party domain, injects malicious code and then let the attack trigger.
  • When user opens the primary website in browser, the scripts are included from the cross domain injected with malicious content and served to the end-users.
  • Malvertising with malicious widgets and redirection
  • Malvertising with hidden iframes
  • Malvertising with infected Content Delivery Networks (CDNs)
  • Malvertising through Malicious Banners

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