With many malicious websites, a user typically needs to click on a link to set off a chain of events that could then lead to a malware infection. But in some cases, all you have to do is visit a particular site to trigger a possible malware attack. That’s true with a series of sites discovered by security provider Kaspersky last December. In a report published Tuesday, Kaspersky detailed the behavior of several watering hole websites established through a malware campaign dubbed Holy Water.
Source: Tech Republic