In a sense, this crimeware as a service (CAAS) was inevitable.According to an earlier report from Finjan, more than 51 percent ofwebsites that pushed malicious content in the second half of 2007 werelegitimate destinations that had been commandeered by bad guys. Theservice is evidence that there's money to be made in automating thatprocess - and one more sign that cyber-crime has grown into afull-fledged business where no opportunity to turn a profit is passedup.
"You can imagine the magnitude of this marketplace now," he said inan interview. "They really commercialize everything in this eco-system."
After reading this I got the sudden urge to go watch Ghost in the Shell.
recoveringknowitall:After reading this I got the sudden urge to go watch Ghost in the Shell.
I've got it on DVD.
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