Mitigating Web-based Malware Attacks

3 04 2011

Google Tech Talks July 29, 2009 ABSTRACT Presented by Neil Daswani. Over the past few years, malware spreading primarily by infecting web pages has been a significant emerging trend that has become so significant that the major search engines (including Google, Yahoo, and MSN) and browsers (such as Firefox, Chrome, and IE 8) have been blacklisting infected web pages to protect users. This presentation provides statistics about this trend, and discusses how we can scalably defend websites from the problem via an open-source, security-as-a-service model that enables hosting providers to protect web sites that they host. I’ll also discuss how Dasient’s technology platform provides automated diagnosis, monitoring, and quarantining of web-based malware, and a few ways in which search engines, technology providers like Dasient, and hosting providers can collaborate to control the spread of web-based malware. Neil Daswani is a co-founder of Dasient, Inc., a new Internet security company backed by some of the most influential investors in Silicon Valley and New York. In the past, Neil has served in a variety of research , development, teaching, and managerial roles at Google, Stanford University, DoCoMo USA Labs, Yodlee, and Bellcore (now Telcordia Technologies). While at Stanford, Neil co-founded the Stanford Center for Professional Development (SCPD) Security Certification Program (proed.stanford.edu His areas of expertise include security, wireless data technology, and peer-to
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3 04 2011
Anderie88

@XxXbadnewsxXx lol wat?

3 04 2011
XxXbadnewsxXx

@Anderie88 and i bought this computer with my own job so ill click on anything i want bitch. haaaaaa

3 04 2011
XxXbadnewsxXx

@Anderie88 You have to admit that google has fucked up myspace and youtube in a very fucked up way. all the ads u wish were gone guess who’s faul is it!! google. well if your one of those peoples who enjoy and love the smell of their own fart then i guess you are cool with google you dumb fuck

3 04 2011
Anderie88

@XxXbadnewsxXx you don’t to have to click on the video. just because you have the attention spam of a chimp, doesn’t mean that google did something wrong.

3 04 2011
XxXbadnewsxXx

i really dont like watching 1 hour long videos. i just want to watch something quick and simple. screw you google you fucked up myspace and you are in the progress of fucking up youtube with all your stupid ads that no one gives a fuck about.

3 04 2011
twandapalmisanokbi

Believe or not she is so beautiful and married **rockmycity.info**

3 04 2011
shishkabobby

If the number of infected web pages increased from 5,000/day to 30,00/day, that is an increase of 2,500/day or an increase of 500%, not 600%

3 04 2011
BluePointSecurity

Interesting…

3 04 2011
x99exe

No, it’s not.

3 04 2011
trip1red

yes

3 04 2011
Qulopuaa

Its possible to get malware on youtube too -all those that want to be your friend IS most likely just not that but something else-dont click on their video.

3 04 2011
gregh7470

So this is basically a sales pitch for Dasient? I learned a little bit about the theory and practice of drive by downloads and that’s about it…If you came here hoping to learn something of use then go to the Hak5 channel on youtube instead

3 04 2011
Naxzuil

all the people on here are fags and cant even speak english ummmm ahhhh hmmm ahhrrr lol learn english you fags

3 04 2011
fnyklr

Umhh… ahh… aaa….




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