Redline Malware Demonstrates Why Passwords Shouldn’t Be Saved In Browsers

Redline Malware Demonstrates Why Passwords Shouldn't Be Saved In Browsers

The RedLine information-stealing malware targets popular web browsers such as Edge, Chrome, and Opera, demonstrating why storing the passwords in browsers is a bad idea.

This malware is a commodity information-stealer that can be purchased for roughly USD 200 on cyber-crime forums and be deployed without requiring much effort or knowledge.

However, a new report from AhnLab ASEC warns that the convenience of using the auto-login feature on web browsers is becoming a substantial security problem affecting both organizations and individuals. 

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