Modified JavaScript was used by miscreants for attack

Modified JavaScript was used by miscreants for attack exchange is going to stop using StatCounter as they've caught scammers using the analytics platform by previously modifying JavaScript which this platform uses.

On 6th November were notified by the ESET's researcher's report and the "ESET Internet Security" product observed suspicious behavior in Statcounter's traffic stats service. The situation looks only to have affected one site,

Read more about it here.

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