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A hacker group known as Turla, believed to be backed by the Russian government, has reportedly modified components of the Chrome and Firefox browsers in a way t

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When when will this issue as reported by CompTia be addressed?

When when will this issue as reported by CompTia be addressed?
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Can you provide links to this information?

Can you provide links to this information?
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Here's the link to the full article: https://www.consumeraffairs.com/news/hackers-target-secure-web-traffic-on-chrome-and-firefox-web-browsers-100719.html
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hi, if malware is able to run with admin rights and modify other parts of the system it's already game over. affected systems should be wiped and set-up fresh again.

hi, if malware is able to run with admin rights and modify other parts of the system it's already game over. affected systems should be wiped and set-up fresh again.
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