You’re more likely to encounter malware through reputable, hacked services than seedy, illict websites. If you’ve spent even a small amount of time on the internet, you’re probably aware of a simple fact: Malware is everywhere. Everywhere. Hiding in your computer, tracking your private data, and generally being a pain in everyone’s digital rear end. Thankfully, there’s lots of advice on avoiding malware infections, the most common being to show discretion with the pages you visit. Just avoid obscure and untrusted “phishing” websites asking for personal information, and you’ll bypass 90-95% of the bad stuff, right? According to Google, no, not really. The web giant has updated its Transparency Report with breakdowns on common infection sources, revealing the biggest malware culprits to be compromised “legitimate” pages that unwittingly take advantage of visitors.