18 Feb 2021

Masslogger Swipes Microsoft Outlook, Google Chrome Credentials

According to researchers, Cybercriminals are targeting Windows users with a new and improved variant of the Masslogger Trojan. The malicious software is spyware that is designed to steal credentials from popular applications such as Microsoft Outlook, Google Chrome, and other messenger accounts. Researchers allegedly uncovered the campaign in mid-January, finding

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08 Feb 2021

Google Chrome Zero-Day Afflicts Windows, Mac Users

Google has released a warning to its customers stating that a zero-day vulnerability is being actively exploited by attackers and encouraging Google Chrome browser users to maintain aware of the issue and implement a patch as soon as it is available. The flaw lies in the V8 open-source web engine

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22 Jun 2020

Google Yanks 106 ‘Malicious’ Chrome Extensions

On Thursday, Google removed over 100 Chrome browser extensions that it found to be malicious, after reports that they were being used to siphon sensitive user data. Google also published the research behind the apps, in which Awake Security alleges millions of Chrome users have been targeted by threat actors.

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04 Nov 2019

Chrome Zero-Day Vulnerability Exploited in Korea-Linked Attacks

Threat actors recently took advantage of a zero-day flaw in the Google Chrome browser in order to serve malware to users via a compromised website, a report by Kaspersky shows. The vulnerability, tracked as CVE-2019-13720, affected Chrome for Windows, macOS and Linux. Google released a patch for the flaw and

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