Not All Malware Detection is Created Equal

The internet is now the number-one conduit for infecting users with malware. Sophos detects a new infected web page every few seconds. This white paper outlines the terms you need to know and the steps you should take to stay safe.

Learn how Javascript attacks may occur in these different scenarios:

  • Commercial script packers
  • Server-side polymorphism (SSP)
  • Malicious PDF documents

The internet is now the number-one conduit for infecting users with malware. Sophos detects a new infected web page every few seconds. Malware authors are increasingly compromising popular, high-traffic, legitimate sites in order to kick-start the infection process. As security vendors add detection for these types of infiltrations, authors are evolving and have turned to JavaScript for delivering attacks. This white paper outlines the terms you need to know and the steps you should take to stay safe.