1. Faybert

    Extension Chrome Extension Protects Against JavaScript-Based CPU Side-Channel Attacks

    A team of academics has created a Chrome extension that can block side-channel attacks that use JavaScript code to leak data from a computer's RAM or CPU. The extension's name is Chrome Zero and is currently only available on GitHub, and not through the official Chrome Web Store. Researchers...
  2. Prorootect

    Block Iframes, JavaScript, Redirections

    Extensions to 'Block Iframes Redirections' thread for you. On Chrome Web Store, you have some remarkable extensions to block iframes, redirections! 'Page Blocker' offered by Chermaine Cheang, Version: 1.0.2 Updated: August 25, 2017 Size: 47.18KiB - blocks New Tab page or new window - so no...
  3. jackuars

    Q&A HTML Slideshow Help!

    So I'm learning to create HTML Slideshows using CSS & Javascript. :D I try to do this tutorial available at W3Schools: Tryit Editor v3.3 I changed the image sources to the ones at Imgur , for example: http://i.imgur.com/WJnFiST.png And when I copy the code into a WYSIWYG editor, it just...
  4. Andra Zaharia

    JavaScript Malware – a Growing Trend Explained

    JavaScript malware has been building up as a trend for a few years, but in these past 6 months it's surfaced as a trending attack vector. I've seen users on the forum share news about: JavaScript-Based Malware Attacks Your Router's DNS Settings: JavaScript-Based Malware Attacks Your Router's...
  5. BoraMurdar

    Malware Alert New ransomware variant coded entirely on Javascript, exploits macros

    Thanks to Mark Loman of SurfRight for his behind-the-scenes work on this article. SophosLabs and our SurfRight colleagues just alerted us to an intriguing new ransomware sample dubbed RAA. This one is blocked by Sophos as JS/Ransom-DDL, and even though it’s not widespread, it’s an interesting...