[HackerNews] Malvertising Campaign On Google Distributed Trojanized AnyDesk Installer

Cybersecurity researchers on Wednesday publicized the disruption of a “clever” malvertising network targeting AnyDesk that delivered a weaponized installer of the remote desktop software via rogue Google ads that appeared in the search engine results pages.
The campaign, which is believed to have begun as early as April 21, 2021, involves a malicious file that masquerades as a setup executable

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