Avast Provides Further Details of Malicious Browser Extensions

Were you one of the unlucky 3 million users who downloaded malicious browser extensions that were discovered last year Google and Microsoft shut them down but the extensions still did some damage. Security firm Avast is providing further details of these browser extensions and what they were up to to update our earlier report. CacheFlow8217s Intensions These malicious browser extensions were included in a campaign referred to as CacheFlow in late 2020 by Avast. Both Google and Microsoft removed the threats by December 18 after being notified of the dangers. The CacheFlow extensions tried to8230 Read more.

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