How malicious extensions steal cryptocurrency, hijack accounts in games and social networks, manipulate search results, and display intrusive ads.
How attackers use infected archives and malicious browser extensions to steal Facebook Business accounts.
A few dozen malicious extensions — with a combined 87 million downloads — discovered in Google’s Chrome Web Store.
Using the most common families of malicious extensions as an example, we explain what can go wrong after installing a browser plug-in.
Someone tried to use popular Google Chrome Extensions for secretly playing videos in users’ browsers to inflate view counts.
Listen to your cookies with the Listening Back browser extension to understand the real scale of Web tracking.
On this podcast, Dave and Jeff discuss an unsecured support server from Microsoft, Mozilla banning malicious extensions, Tinder sharing big data, and more.
Chrome and Firefox extensions can collect your browsing history. Learn why this is dangerous and how to protect yourself.
Too many ads on your computer lately? Malicious Chrome extensions might be to blame.
The Razy Trojan secretly installs malicious extensions for Chrome and Firefox to serve phishing links and steal cryptocurrency.
The personal data of 257,000 Facebook users, including private messages belonging to 81,000 of them, has leaked online. Hackers claim to have access to 120 million accounts.
This edition of the Kaspersky Lab podcast looks at Google and Mastercard sharing data, a hacked Chrome extension, and some thoughts from Captain Kirk.
Chrome browser extension steals users’ bank data.
Browser extensions are handy, but they can also be really dangerous. Here’s what can go wrong and what you can do about it.