4 Malicious Browser Extensions That Help Hackers Target Their Victims


English: First 4 digits of a credit card

English: First 4 digits of a credit card (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Have you ever been hacked?  Or the victim of someone lifting your credit card number from a trusted website?  Do you want to be???

Browser extensions, toolbar addons, and hijacked home pages can come from many sources.  Some we add ourselves.  Some add themselves when we add software to our computers.  In any case, if they get there, they can be bad news.  Problem is, you may not ever realize they are harming you.

So take a few minutes and check out the link below about 4 bad news browser extensions.    And if you know of others you want to share with me, be sure to fill out the comment card and leave it on the table…along with a tip!!

4 Malicious Browser Extensions That Help Hackers Target Their Victims.

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