Malware Disguises as a Google Chrome Browser Clone

There’s a modified Google Chrome clone going around the Internet that’s being used by attackers to show users unwanted ads and redirect them to other malware infection points.

The browser in question is named eFast, and according to security researchers at PCRisk and Malwarebytes, it infects user PCs after being installed alongside other applications[/IMG].

This PUP (Potentially Unwanted Application) is based on the Chromium open source browser, the very same code on which G… (read more)
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