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Title: The Spread of Web-Based Malware and New Defenses
Abstract: Web sites and web pages have become the new frontier for malware distribution. Over the past two years, there has been a fundamental shift in how malware is distributed -- while teenagers used to write viruses which required users to click on email attachments to propagate, financially motivated cybercriminals now plant malware on legitimate web pages that result in drive-by-downloads when web pages are simply loaded.
In this talk, I will present newly researched data and statistics surrounding the recent distribution trends of web-based malware. I will talk about what trends mean for information technology professionals and engineers, and the process of building and running web applications. Also, I will discuss a variety of existing and novel defenses and their pros and cons, with a focus on how they can be used to prevent, detect, diagnose, and quarantine infections of web applications.
See you then!