Hacking Group Uses Chrome Extension, Targets Academic Sector

A hacking group, suspected to be from North Korea, uses a Google Chrome extension to target victims in the academic sector. ZDNet reports, “In what appears to be a first…

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Malware That Accompanies Google Chrome Download Detected

Are you downloading Google Chrome through Microsoft Edge? If so, beware! You could get infected by malware and spyware. Yes, new Windows 10 users who download Google Chrome through Microsoft…

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Chrome 69’s Sync Controversy, Unacceptable as per World Renowned Cryptographer

Google is in the middle of a non-disclosure controversy with how Chrome 69 changed the behavior of the Chrome Sync feature. Prior to Chrome 69, logging-in to a Google account…

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The Death of Symantec’s Digital Certificate Business

Certificate Authentication is a serious business; it is a business entity that keeps the trust-based digital certificate system secure. The very foundation of the encryption standard in the web we…

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Loopholes in Chrome enable Hackers Break Into WiFi Routers

Surecloud, a cybersecurity firm has released a report about a Google Chrome, Chromium, Opera, Vivaldi and other Blink-engine based browsers’ unpatched flaw that enables cybercriminals to penetrate the home wifi…

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Here’s How You Can Secure Your Google Chrome From Cyberattack

Google Chrome is definitely one of the most popular web browsers being used today—but could it also be one of the riskiest? Hackers, as we know, are perpetually after whatever…

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How to Scan Computer for Malware with Google Chrome

Google Chrome is now one among the best and most popular of browsers that we use. One factor that made it so popular, in just 9-plus years, is Google’s focus…

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Cybercriminals Employ Scam in Chrome

Now here comes the latest where cybercriminals are abusing web browser code to create windows that prevent users from closing it, this is the latest finding from security company Malwarebytes. This is…

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Chinese SSL CAs WoSign and StartCom Banned by Google Chrome

Google Chrome no longer trusts SSL/TLS certificates from Chinese Certificate Authorities CA WoSign and StartCom. WoSign and StartCom will be banned on versions of Chrome 61 and later. The decision…

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