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SocGholish: 5+ Years of Massive Website Infections


Published on 08/16/2022 – Last Updated on 08/16/2022 by OTC

Earlier this June, we shared information about the ongoing NDSW/NDSX malware campaign which has been one of the most common website infections detected and cleaned by our remediation team in the last few years.

This NDSW/NDSX malware — also referred to as FakeUpdates or SocGholish by other research groups — is responsible for redirecting site visitors to malicious pages designed to trick victims into loading and installing fake browser updates.

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