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firefox being hacked to call remote programs

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https://i.ibb.co/WDzXt3S/image.png the hackers are usingf remote clsid to do whatever they please, im seeing it thousands of programs, these clsids dont have any registrations on my local super computer.

clsids are internal machine code registers(think of them as secure hash codes), normally reserved for executable files in windows escalated to system services.

thee are three different ones and by closing them firefox continues to run smoothly, if not more so.

-- command prompt protection and obfuscation during start and runtime needs to be addressed, and not just for mozilla corporation, they are going rampant in all sorts of programs and games, for example league of legends, call of duty, minecraft etcetera, they use these explotis to drop the program in question jsut long enough to deprotect the executeable

- and before u linux nerds start piping in, gnu.exe isa very real thing so dont be idiotic and declare that hacks dont happen on other oses ive already come from ubununtu linux ming and madea few custom configurations to try and shake them.

i will say one thing i notice these sort of hacks NOT occuring on android because it locks the files against creation - you can even makea folder in the same apk module without google knowing - despite the fact google is also spying aggressively which can be seen through several non targeted apks

https://i.ibb.co/WDzXt3S/image.png the hackers are usingf remote clsid to do whatever they please, im seeing it thousands of programs, these clsids dont have any registrations on my local super computer. clsids are internal machine code registers(think of them as secure hash codes), normally reserved for executable files in windows escalated to system services. thee are three different ones and by closing them firefox continues to run smoothly, if not more so. -- command prompt protection and obfuscation during start and runtime needs to be addressed, and not just for mozilla corporation, they are going rampant in all sorts of programs and games, for example league of legends, call of duty, minecraft etcetera, they use these explotis to drop the program in question jsut long enough to deprotect the executeable - and before u linux nerds start piping in, gnu.exe isa very real thing so dont be idiotic and declare that hacks dont happen on other oses ive already come from ubununtu linux ming and madea few custom configurations to try and shake them. i will say one thing i notice these sort of hacks NOT occuring on android because it locks the files against creation - you can even makea folder in the same apk module without google knowing - despite the fact google is also spying aggressively which can be seen through several non targeted apks

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