How to stop Ad Injection

A recent report from Google covered  “a detailed investigation into the negative impact of ad injection and the ecosystem that supports it. We found that ad injection has entrenched itself as a crossbrowser monetization platform impacting more than 5% of unique daily IP addresses accessing Google—tens of millions of users around the globe.

Injected ads arrive on a client’s machine through multiple unwanted and malicious vectors, with our measurements identifying 50,870 Chrome extensions and 34,407 Windows binaries, 38% and 17% of which are explicitly malicious.

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Google Report on Affiliate Programs Gone Bad!

Google recently released a report called “Ad Injection at Scale: Assessing Deceptive Advertisement Modifications” which was conducted by researchers from several US universities in order to capture the scale and details of the ad injection problem many websites face today.

They conducted some live testing of sites and of course data from Google searches.  Some of the abstract here;

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