You have an Android device and the performance is not as good as it was in the first days after you bought it? You want to delete the bloatware applications which are automatically installed from the manufacturer by default but there is no option to do that? If you seek help for problems like these and do some research in the internet, one of the first things to do you will probably read about is “rooting your Android device”.
The SANS Internet Storm Center reports that the Angler Exploit Kit, pushing Cryptowall 3.0 ransomware, uses rapidly changing URL patterns—almost daily changes—to evade detection and rake in profits.
French researcher Kafeine has found an exploit kit delivering cross-site request forgery attacks that focus on SOHO routers and changing DNS settings to redirect to malicious sites.
The website of Popular Science magazine was found infecting users with malware via the RIG exploit kit.