be malicious

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Contents of ad are appreciated for public awareness to facilitate selection of a candidate or a party, but spirit appears to be malicious. APNS and all media houses must accept such ads only if paid out of party funds.
An intuitive assumption is that the nodes which appear in more malicious paths are more likely to be malicious nodes.
Second, when a user clicks on a link on their Facebook newsfeed that leads to a malicious website, they will be notified by Webroot's URL Classification Service that the website is known to be malicious.
If the link is found to be malicious, users will be sent to a page that offers the choice to continue at their own risk, or return to the previous screen.