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Invisible IFrame Injection AVG detects this highly active Webthreat and its 2 known variants.
The most popular variants of Invisible IFrame Injection are Invisible IFrame Injection (type 1707), Invisible IFrame Injection (type 1711)
What is Invisible IFrame Injection?
An Invisible IFrame Injection happens when an unwanted and hidden third party page is inserted into a webpage by an attacker. To hide the injection, hackers make the style of the IFrames invisible. As most malware, an Invisible IFrame Injection exploits vulnerabilities in the system and browsers of the visitors of the website and force adware, phishing programs or any other type of fraudulent software to be installed on their device.
Invisible IFrame Injection is a threat that is spreading. It is currently ranked 8 in the world for online threats. more ...
How can I remove Invisible IFrame Injection?
If you received a pop-up warning for Invisible IFrame Injection while you were surfing a website, chances are that the threat was blocked and there's nothing to remove. more ...
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