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Study: ‘Shady’ porn site practices pose cyber risks

from www.federalnewsradio.com – It’s been estimated that the Internet porn industry makes more money than Microsoft, Google, Amazon, eBay, Yahoo!, and Apple combined. And those are just the dollars we know about.

A study was recently presented at the Workshop on the Economics of Information Security that took a look at the risks of being exploited by cyber criminals on internet porn sites. The BBC reports the International Secure System Lab found many of the sites are infected with malware or use “shady” practices to squeeze money out of visitors.

While relatively few porn sites were infecting visitors, it is difficult to spot good from bad, said the researchers.

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