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by Tymoteusz A. Góral

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#1014 Popular anime site (Jkanime) infected, redirecting to exploit kit, ransomware
An anime site popular in Mexico and South America has been infected with malware redirecting visitors to a Neutrino Exploit Kit landing page.

The site, Jkanime, streams anime video and has 33 million monthly visitors.

Neutrino is currently the top dog among exploit kits after two of the bigger kits, Angler and Nuclear, have apparently been abandoned

Researchers at Forcepoint, a Raytheon company, disclosed the attacks this week. Nicholas Griffin, senior security researcher said the payload is the CryptXXX 3.0 ransomware, which has mainly been distributed by Neutrino since Angler’s disappearance in late June.
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#1014 Popular anime site (Jkanime) infected, redirecting to exploit kit, ransomware
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