Malvertising, a form of internet advertising used to spread malware, continues to be a problem for the industry. According to a recent Cyphort Labs report, researchers found that malvertising campaigns carried out by hackers increased over 300% in the past year. Malvertising is usually executed by hiding malicious code within relatively safe online advertisements. These ads can then lead a victim to unreliable content or directly infect a victim's computer with malware, which may damage a system, access sensitive information, or even control the computer through remote access. Most recently, publishers like the New York Times, and BBC have been hit by malicious malvertising campaigns.