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Attacker pushes malicious Google Chrome extensions over ads

A malvertizing campaign is being used to promote Google Chrome extensions that can hijack search queries and insert affiliate links into websites.

85 per cent of Android users are concerned about their privacy

According to data collected by Kaspersky’s Privacy Checker website, 85 per cent of Android users are interested in understanding how to set up privacy settings on their device.

Attackers use malicious browser extension to steal from Chrome users

Volexity security experts have uncovered a malware campaign by a North Korean threat group identified as Kimsuky.

Google Chrome Extensions Can Be Fingerprinted For Online Tracking

A researcher has built a website that utilizes installed Google Chrome extensions to generate a fingerprint of the device that can be used to track the user online.

Say hello to Microsoft’s new Chromium-based browser

Microsoft officially launched its new Edge Chromium browser across both Windows and macOS operating systems this week and is available for download now.

Hashtag Trending – Music streaming fees; Google Chrome’s privacy issue; new Oculus VR headset

Are music streaming services too good to be true? According to the U.S. Congress, the answer is yes. Google changes course on a privacy decision with Chrome. And Facebook announces a new, wireless version of the Oculus virtual reality headset.

Cyber Security Today: Sept. 17, 2018 – A browser con, an ad scam and lack of password control

A Google Chrome browser con, watch for online ad scams and a lack of password control.

Hashtag Trending – Huawei’s woes; Chrome update mutes autoplay ads; LinkedIn’s top companies to work for

Huawei’s plans for U.S. expansion hit another road bump, Chrome’s next update will put a stop to autoplay video ads with sound, and a LinkedIn list of top companies to work for is dominated by technology giants.

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