X users fed up with constant stream of malicious crypto ads
    January 6, 2024   10:09 AM   2 Cybercriminals are abusing X advertisements to promote websites that lead to crypto drainers, fake airdrops, and other scams. Like all advertising platforms, X, formerly known as Twitter, claims to show advertisements based on a user's activity, leading to ads that match users' interests. While Elon had previously tweeted that YouTube is nonstop scam ads, X appears to have its own problem, increasingly showing...
    By AFFA 2024-01-07 16:38:51 0 254
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