RoughTed malvertising bypasses ad blockers, says Malwarebytes

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RoughTed has an impressively varied payload and can bypass ad blockers
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RoughTed has an impressively varied payload and can bypass ad blockers

The malvertising operation uses dynamic strings to bypass ad blockers like AdBlock Plus and uBlock Origin

The RoughTed malvertising operation has been in operation for at least a year, peaking in March 2017, and is notable for its scope and the wide number of users targeted. Malwarebytes first discover...

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