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How This Trick Can Hijack Your Chrome Browsers

How This Trick Can Hijack Your Chrome Browsers

How This Trick Can Hijack Your Chrome Browsers.

Tech support scammers using Social engineering technique  and show fake Google UI Toolbar in the form of JPEG.


Malware bytes Labs discovers that, the Fake address bar which looks like Microsoft website link: https://support.microsoft.com/ru-ru/en. Here attacker trying to steal user credential through tech support scam and also can say Social Engineering technique.

MalwareBytes notice that the address bar is nothing but a JPEG picture that is placed in the right spot to look like an actual address bar when the page loaded in full-screen mode. To make matters more confusing this particular scam is hosted on Amazon, and that is the correct address bar.

Fake Dialog Box PopUp in Google Chrome is the “Prevent this page from displaying additional dialogs” option particularly useful when certain websites ask you “Are you sure you want to leave this page?” followed by “Are you really, truly sure you want to do it?” and some.


Users also gets Fake calls from Tech Support Scams like,
Hello, we are calling from Windows and your computer looks like it is infected. Our Microsoft Certified Technician can fix it for you.

Conclusion:

  • Be alert from these fake Popups.
  • Don't give personal information via CALL. 

1 comments:

  1. Browser hijacking is a form of unwanted software that modifies a web browser's settings without a user's permission, to inject unwanted advertising into the user's browser. A browser hijacker may replace the existing home page, error page, or search page with its own. These are generally used to force hits to a particular website, increasing its advertising revenue.
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