Crimeware: Looking for solutions

You may have heard of Man in the Middle attacks, meet Man in the Browser attacks (MitB). The term has been around since 2005, but not used much. That’s changing, thanks to current crimeware, considered a form of MitB attack. According to Wikipedia, MitB is:

“A trojan that infects a web browser and has the ability to modify pages, modify transaction content or insert additional transactions, all in a completely covert fashion invisible to both the user and host application.
A MitB attack will be successful irrespective of whether security mechanisms such as SSL/PKI and/or Two or Three Factor Authentication solutions are in place.”

Please enter here to read more about various New methods to fight and defend yourself against Browser attacks that has been invading online security for long.


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