back to article Flash zero-day monster Angler dominates exploit kit crime market

SophosLabs researcher Fraser Howard says the Angler exploit kit is dominating the highly competitive underground malware market: Angler's market share has exploded from a quarter to 83 per cent within nine months. The growth occurred between September and May this year, we'e told. Angler emerged in 2013 to become one of the …

  1. David Pollard

    If only you could buy shares?

    You can, but you have to know the wrong people.

  2. Mystic Megabyte


    I'm sure* that the BBC's total reliance on Flash has nothing to do with spying on their users. But I spent some minutes wondering why the hell a script from an USian company called mpulse was trying to load.

    Now I cannot use the BBC for browsing the news, I might as well go elsewhere.

    *Not entirely!

    1. Detective Emil

      Re: BBC

      If you change your browser ID to "Mozilla/5.0 (iPad; CPU OS 8_1 like Mac OS X) AppleWebKit/600.1.4 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/8.0 Mobile/12B410 Safari/600.1.4", the BBC thinks you're coming from an iPad and serves you MPEG4.

  3. FrogInABlender

    Typo ?

    "growing from exploding a quarter" => "exploiting" ?

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