Malicious Websites

Malicious websites are described as multiple, overlapping browser windows, some of which contain no indication of their origins. An attacker could arrange windows in such a way as to trick you into believing that an unidentified dialog or pop-up window is trustworthy when it is in fact fraudulent. When you visit a malicious website, you may be redirected to a trusted web site. The attacker can then display an overlapping window in the form of a dialog box attempting a phishing attack. You are then prompted to input personal information into this dialog box, which is opened from the malicious website. Any personal information you input into what you believe to be a trusted website is then sent to this malicious website where the attacker has access to it.

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Name Threat Level Detection Count Date October 2, 2014 October 2, 2014 October 2, 2014 August 6, 2009 August 5, 2009
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