Some of those annoying ads that pop up when you visit a site on the Web or do a search may be served up by, for want of a better word, “hijackers.” They use binaries, extensions, or network ISPs to modify a page’s content to insert or replace ads with or without the user’s consent. It’s called “ad injection,” and the problem is extensive. Between June and September, 17 percent of more than 35,000 Windows binaries and 38 percent of nearly 51,000 Chrome extensions captured were ad injectors, according to a recent study.
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