Malicious software delivered via a compromised website to Chrome browsers may bypass User Account Controls to infect systems and steal sensitive data, such as data and cryptocurrency.
Criminals following a recent malware campaign have targeted Windows 10 with a malware program that can infiltrate systems through the Windows cybersecurity protocol called User Account Management (UAC).
Researchers from Rapid7 recently identified the campaign and warned the attackers’ intent to extract sensitive data and steal cryptocurrency from an infected target PC. The main goal of attackers is to use a malware program to steal information such as browser information and cryptocurrency. Additional malicious behaviors include preventing the browser from updating and creating mature system conditions for commanding carelessly
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