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On January 5th, 2015, Cyphort Labs published a blog post that revealed the discovery of a malware infection on the Canadian version of the Huffington Post website. The infection was first detected on December 31st, 2014, and it was found to redirect visitors to malicious sites that attempted to install ransomware or other malware on their devices. Cyphort Labs also identified 13 other websites that were compromised by the same infection and listed them in their post. The URL of the blog post is https://www.cyphort.com/huffington-post-canada-serving-malware/.
The malware infection on the Huffington Post Canada website was part of a larger campaign that targeted popular news and entertainment sites across the world. According to Cyphort Labs, the attackers used a technique called malvertising, which involves injecting malicious code into legitimate online advertisements. The code then exploits vulnerabilities in the browsers or plugins of the visitors and redirects them to malicious sites.
The malicious sites that the visitors were redirected to varied depending on their location, device type, and browser. Some of the sites displayed fake alerts that claimed the visitors' devices were infected and urged them to call a toll-free number for technical support. Other sites attempted to install ransomware, which encrypts the files on the devices and demands payment for their decryption. Some sites also tried to install other types of malware, such as keyloggers, spyware, or trojans.