Browser-based Threats – Don’t Worry, We’ve Got Your Back

In spring 2018, a powerful banking Trojan named BackSwap surfaced, targeting online banking users in Poland. While banking Trojans have seen a sharp decline in popularity in recent years because of advances in antimalware and antivirus technology, BackSwap, which eventually extended its reach to Spanish banks, made headlines because it’s so innovative in its propagation methods and how it hides itself. Because it’s so crafty, … Continue reading Browser-based Threats – Don’t Worry, We’ve Got Your Back

Send in the Clones! (The Chrome Clones, That is)

They say that imitation is the highest form of flattery. Let’s imagine for a moment that Google Chrome is the coolest kid in the class. All the other browsers look to Chrome to see what it’s wearing, what it brought for lunch and who it’s hanging out with. It’s a powerful trendsetter. Looking for inspiration in his style or presence is understandable and not weird … Continue reading Send in the Clones! (The Chrome Clones, That is)

Is Microsoft’s Edge Worth the Switch?

If all the discussion about Windows 10 has left you feeling a bit well, on edge, here is another thing to think about – The new Windows 10 browser, ironically named “Edge”. Did we really need another browser? Edge is Microsoft’s way of saying that they are terribly sorry for the mess they let Internet Explorer become. Once considered the benchmark for quality in browser … Continue reading Is Microsoft’s Edge Worth the Switch?