Unscrupulous affiliates are using malware to advertise security software from legitimate firms. The practice is the brainchild of people who make a commission for every sale they generate - and not security vendors themselves. The practice raises serious concerns about the integrity and policing of affiliate programs from big …
Less dangerous, but still annoying...
... is the increasing amount of spam that seems to be coming from self-appointed "affiliates" of UK operations that would have to abide by DPA requirements if they were e-mailing on their own behalf.
Time for companies to take responsibility for the actions of their paid agents.
So correct my if Im wrong but what stops them from redirecting trafic to a malicious site with mpack installed?
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