Morphixx Malvertising Attack
A Security Report by GeoEdge
Security researchers at GeoEdge have identified the resurgence of Morphixx, the global malvertising credit card scam– utilizing a new deceptive attack vector to scam users. GeoEdge has identified several revival instances since the inception of the attack in June 2020 which employed auto-redirects to steal credit card data, potentially generating $5 –10 billion in duplicitous credit card charges globally. The most recent attack in early May 2021 marks the first instance GeoEdge’s Security Research Team has identified an established global threat actor from the redirect landscape shift to deceptive ads activity. In this report, we’ll tell you everything you need to know about the malicious campaign, and why stronger ad quality solutions are required to help mitigate this growing threat.
Forced Redirect Ads
Auto-Redirects--A Stealth Attack With Lasting Effect
Not a Prank. Not a Drill. Redirects Point to a Bigger Problem.
Clicking on a Redirect Is Digital Quicksand.
The Stakes Are High and Getting Higher.
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