Google Chrome To Block Port 10080 To Terminate NAT Slipstreaming Attacks

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Google Chrome to Block Port 10080 to Terminate NAT Slipstreaming Attacks

Google Chrome is about to block HTTPS, HTTP, HTTPS, and FTP access to TCP port 10080 to stop the ports from being exploited in NAT Slipstreaming 2.0 attacks.

In 2020, Samy Kamkar, a security researcher unveiled a new version of the NAT Slipstreaming vulnerability that enables scripts on malicious websites to avoid visitors’ NAT firewall and get access to every TCP/UDP port on the guest’s private network.

By utilizing these vulnerabilities, threat leads have the potential to perform an array of attacks, including altering router configurations and obtaining access to private network services.

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