Google Chrome to warn users when application tries to hijack internet connection

Sooraj Shah
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Google Chrome to warn users when application tries to hijack internet connection in 'man in the middle' attack
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Google Chrome to warn users when application tries to hijack internet connection in 'man in the middle' attack

Users will be alerted when a 'man-in-the-middle' attack is attempted

The latest iteration of Google Chrome will warn users when third-party software tries to hijack their internet connection in what is referred to as a 'man-in-the-middle' (MitM) attack. A MitM attack...

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