PornHub, the world's most popular pornography website, may have been inadvertently infecting millions with malware run through its ad platform.
PornHub, the world's most popular pornography website, may have been inadvertently infecting millions with malware run through its ad platform. leolintang Getty Images/iStockphoto
PornHub, the world's most popular pornography website, may have been inadvertently infecting millions with malware run through its ad platform. leolintang Getty Images/iStockphoto

Virus on world's most popular porn site may have infected millions

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