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Junk Images on Facebook Messenger Lead Users to Malware
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Hackers temporarily found a way to bypass Facebook filtering systems to deliver malicious Chrome extensions to users, security researchers have found. These then opened up the way for even worse malware downloaders that can deliver a range of Trojans …
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