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Another Chrome zero-day exploit – so get that update done!

by Paul Ducklin Almost exactly a month ago, or a couple of days under an average month given that February was the short one, we warned of a zero-day bug in Google’s Chromium browser code. Patch now, we said. And we’re saying it again, following Google’s otherwise cheery release of . . . Read more

Chrome zero-day browser bug found – patch now!

by Paul Ducklin Google, whose Project Zero bug-hunting team is often surprisingly vocal when describing and discussing software vulnerabilities, has taken a very quiet approach to a just-patched bug in its Chrome browser. In this case, the low-key announcement is understandable, because the patch fixes a hole that cybercrooks are . . . Read more

Microsoft IE Browser Death March Hastens

Internet Explorer redirects more traffic to Edge Chromium browser as Microsoft warns of the upcoming demise of the once dominant browser. As the death of the once dominant Internet Explorer (IE) draws closer, Microsoft is quickly pounding more nails into the browser’s coffin. On Monday, Microsoft hastened its IE-to-Edge browser-transition . . . Read more

Years-Long ‘SilentFade’ Attack Drained Facebook Victims of $4M

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Google Chrome Bugs Open Browsers to Attack

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Google Chrome Browser Bug Exposes Billions of Users to Data Theft

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