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How cybercriminals apply Quality Assurance (QA) to their malware campaigns before launching them

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By Dancho Danchev In 2013, the use of basic Quality Assurance (QA) practices has become standard practice for cybercrininals when launching a new campaign. In an attempt to increase the probability of a successful outcome for their campaigns — think malware infection, increased visitor-to-malware infected conversion, improved conversion of blackhat SEO acquired traffic leading to the purchase of counterfeit pharmaceutical items etc. — it has become a common event to observe the bad guys applying QA tactics, before, during, and after a malicious/fraudulent campaign has reached its maturity state, all for the sake of earning as much money as possible, naturally, through fraudulent means. In this post we’ll profile […]

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