Web sites must be dynamically rated to prevent phishing and malware


The web has more pages than there are people in the world over 10 billion and growing faster than ever. Each day, there are 30,000 new pornographic web pages added.

Phishing pages may only be online for a short while. The fraudsters running these pages only need to catch a few people and proceed to attempt to empty their accounts. Pages are increasingly including multiple types of content; sports and gambling and adult content on blog pages. How do you rate a page that provides medical information for the porn industry: Medical? Adult? Sex Education? Of course, it should be all of the above. Spyware downloads sit on otherwise legitimate sites. Can you block the downloads while also allowing users to access the innocent content on those pages? Security Park - Web sites must be dynamically rated to prevent phishing and malware

Linked by shanmuga Sunday, 23rd April 2006 7:29AM