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Two Fake Ad Blocker Extensions are Actually Cookie Stuffing Tools

Two popular but fake ad-blocking extensions will fill your browser with thousands of cookies. The developers of the two add-ons made millions each month from fraudulent affiliate commissions. Google has finally...
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Chrome 77 Released with a New Guest Mode, and Google Unveils DoH Plans for...

Chrome 77 arrived with a new guest mode that empowers administrators to set the usage context. Google has dropped the bomb by introducing DoH as an experiment in the first snapshots of...
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6 Best VPN for Chrome in September 2019

Chrome is the only browser in the world with over 2 billion installs. And it accounts for close to 70% of the global Web browser market share. Even though it comes with numerous security-related measures,...
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Mozilla Teases Ad-Free Firefox Internet Browsing for $4.99 Per Month

Mozilla is exploring yet another way to increase their revenue, with a new ad-free internet service. The company will partner with large news publishers, allowing the subscribers to enjoy a seamless experience....
23 Privacy Breaching Firefox Add-Ons Removed by Mozilla

Firefox Will Release a ‘Premium’ Version with Integrated VPN

Mozilla’s CEO has revealed a plan to integrate a VPN service into a premium Firefox version. The VPN service could be supported by ProtonVPN, who is already a partner of Mozilla. ...
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AdBlock Vulnerability Paves Way to Arbitrary Code Execution

AdBlock, AdBlock Plus, and uBlock are vulnerable to arbitrary code execution. There are numerous web services that can be exploited by malicious actors, and some of them are pretty popular. AdBlock...
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NoScript Extension Finally Lands on the Chrome Web Store

NoScript becomes available for Chrome, and while it’s still on beta, it looks identical to the original. The extension allows picking what domains you trust with running JavaScript code on your browser....
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Thousands of QQBrowser Users Took Part in DDoS Attack Without Knowing

Researchers notice a weird DDoS attack that involved thousands of Chinese QQBrowser users. The attack was conducted through the “pingback” command, normally used for legitimate purposes. The users were probably tricked...
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Axel Springer Group Sues Adblock Plus for Copyright Infringement

The Axel Springer publishing group has taken on Adblock Plus again, accusing them of copyright infringement this time. The company had previously failed to bash the extension makers, Eyeo, but they have...
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Mozilla’s Encrypted File-Sharing Service Firefox Send is Now Available

Mozilla is launching yet another security-centric feature for the Firefox web browser as well as a dedicated Android app. The new file-transfer service will allow users to send files up to 2.5GB in...

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