This is the third installment in a series of blogs highlighting the recent activity of the top exploit kits. Exploit kits (EKs) are rapidly deployable software packages designed to leverage vulnerabilities in web browsers to deliver a malicious payload to a victim’s computer. EK authors offer their services for sale, distributing malware for other malicious actors.
In this blog, we will be looking at the most active EKs, including RIG, Magnitude, Terror, and the newest arrival - Disdain.
You can read our roundup from spring 2017 here.
RIG Exploit Kit
RIG remains the most consistently active exploit kit, distributed over several simultaneous campaigns to...