New Chrome Exploit Lets Attackers Completely Disable Browser Extensions

On October 31, GitHub user Echo , posted an exploit that targets Google Chrome and allows attackers to disable any extension installed on the web browser regardless of any policies in ...

VPNs, RBI Are No Longer Enough: Zoombombings Reveal Need for New Session-Based Approach to Browsing Security

In April of this year, Zoom paid out an $85 million dollar settlement to users of its platform who’d fallen victim to “Zoombombing” (a.k.a. ...

Browsers vs. Browsing: The Divide That Will Define the Future of Browsing Security

When it comes to understanding web browsing, the English language hasn’t done us many favors. There was once a time when all web browsing took place ...

Chrome’s Recent Rash of Zero-Days is Only the Beginning

On September 2 of this year, Google had the unenviable task of announcing the sixth Chrome zero-day vulnerability to be exploited in the wild ...

TikTok’s Tracking Revelations Reveal the Need for In-App Browsing Security

If you’ve taken a look at social media in the past few days, you’ve likely seen that TikTok is embroiled in yet another security and privacy scandal ...

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