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It’s déjà vu all over again! New month, new Chrome zero-day bug being exploited in the wild.
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If snooping and falsifying web traffic is so easy when plain old HTTP is used, why do we still have HTTP at all?
Google has released Chrome 87 on November 17th, 2020, to the Stable desktop channel, and it includes numerous performance improvements, security fixes, and new features. With Chrome 87, 33 bug that affected previous version of the Chrome. Users are recommended to update with the latest stable version. With Chrome 87 now promoted to the Stable channel, Chrome […]
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A well-written article on the APNIC blog has provoked a thoughtful response from the Chromium coders – and we can all learn from it!
A newly discovered massive spyware campaign uses Chrome browser extensions aimed to steal sensitive data from users across multiple geographies and industry segments. Researchers from Awake Security researchers uncovered more than 111 malicious Chrome extensions that use GalComm domains for their command and control operation. CommuniGal Communication Ltd. (GalComm) is an Israel based internet domain […]
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The Brave browser has provoked unhappiness among some of its users after being caught redirecting searches to affiliate links that earned it commission.
This week sees the early arrival of Chrome 83 with a longer list of new security features than originally planned.
The policies are specifically meant to fight spam, but they outlaw tactics taken by malicious extensions as well, including fake reviews. This post appeared first on Naked Security Blog by…