A particularly dangerous Google Chrome zero-day is already being used in real-world attacks. Despite Google’s auto update feature, users will need to close and restart their browser in order to be protected.
Whoever invented browser push notifications must have been able to guess they would be abused for advertising. This post explains what they are and how to disable them.
A new browlock (browser locker) steps up the game once more with soup to nuts obfuscation. Learn more about how it works and what you can do to protect against it.
Browser update? Do not trust, and do verify before downloading potential malware.
Browsers are usually the first point of contact between victims and threat actors. With a few bits of code, crooks manage once again to freeze Google Chrome and scare users into calling for assistance.
Two new extensions in Firefox and Chrome force install then hide from the user. Learn how you can protect yourself against them and remove them manually.
Google initiates their plans to implement new changes in Chrome to defend against annoying web redirects.