Cybercriminals Target Spotify Users with Malvertizing Attacks
by iClass - Monday, March 28, 2011
Attackers may exploit vulnerabilities in website through malvertizing, drive-by malware, SQL injection and iframe injection attacks. Website owners must review the security of the website regularly to identify vulnerabilities and threat vectors. They must also verify the procedures followed by third party advertising networks to evade malicious links and misuse of advertisements. Employees could be educated on various online threats, preventive and remedial measures through training sessions, refresher courses, online university degree and e-learning programs.
Online service providers may avail the services of IT professionals qualified in secured programming, masters of security science and security certifications to strengthen the defenses against online threats. Organizations may install web filtering technologies to prevent unintentional download and propagation of malware in computer systems and networks.
They must install and regularly update anti-virus and anti-malware solutions. Security software must be downloaded directly from the website of a legitimate developer rather than by clicking on links in pop-ups. They must be wary of visiting unknown third party sites to download software. Users must constantly update software products to avoid exploitation of vulnerabilities. They must be wary of clicking on third-party advertising links on websites. E-brochures, videos and online degree programs could be used to enlighten Internet users on different security threats and Internet safety tips.
EC-Council University is based in Albuquerque, New Mexico and offers Master of Security Science (MSS) degree to students from various backgrounds such as graduates, IT Professionals, and military students amongst several others. The MSS is offered as a 100% online degree program and allows EC-Council University to reach students from not only the United States, but from all around the world.
EC-Council is a member-based organization that certifies individuals in cybersecurity and e-commerce skills. It is the owner and developer of 16 security certifications, including Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH), Computer Hacking Forensics Investigator (CHFI) and EC-Council Certified Security Analyst (ECSA)/License Penetration Tester (LPT). Its certificate programs are offered in over 60 countries around the world.
EC-Council has trained over 80,000 individuals and certified more than 30,000 members, through more than 450 training partners globally. These certifications are recognized worldwide and have received endorsements from various government agencies including the U.S. federal government via the Montgomery GI Bill, Department of Defense via DoD 8570.01-M, National Security Agency (NSA) and the Committee on National Security Systems (CNSS). EC-Council also operates the global series of Hacker Halted security conferences.
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