Warning over Reductor malware that manipulates browsers' random number generator to hijack HTTPS traffic

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Reductor malware can also replace legitimate installers from third-party websites with infected ones on-the-fly, claims Kaspersky

Researchers at Kaspersky have discovered new malware that, they claims, can decode encrypted TLS traffic on-the-fly without having to intercept it. The Reductor malware was first spotted in Apri...

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