Malicious email volumes soared in the third quarter 2017, increasing 85% from the prior quarter, according to a new security threat report from Proofpoint that reveals much of this increase was driven by an explosion of email with malicious URLs linking to hosted malware.
Security firm Proofpoint says it has found evidence that a number of extensions for Google's Chrome browser were hijacked and used to divert traffic and substitute advertisements on victims' browsers. The targets appear to have been Windows users.
Microsoft appears to have been unaware last week of a fact that security researchers have discovered: nearly all the victims of the the WannaCry ransomware attack were Windows 7 machines, with XP machines mostly crashing before the malware gained a foothold.
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