UC Browser pour Android, bureau expose les 500 millions d’utilisateurs à att MiTM….

UC Browser pour Android, bureau expose les 500 millions d’utilisateurs à att MiTM….

UC Browser for Android, Desktop Exposes 500+ Million Users to MiTM Attacks

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UC Browser pour Android, bureau expose les 500 millions d’utilisateurs à des attaques MiTM


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10 réflexions au sujet de “UC Browser pour Android, bureau expose les 500 millions d’utilisateurs à att MiTM….”

  1. The only thing that I wish other mobile browsers had from UC Browser for Android is the custom video player. Gotta be honest, its fkn awesome, but ever since I tried Samsung Internet Browser, I look no further 😛

  2. The average user probably will never hear of this. If you’re more than a average user what are you doing using it in the first place. App has been shady for years.

  3. >As Doctor Web’s research team explains in the report, « It’s impossible to be sure that cybercriminals will never get ahold of the browser developer’s servers or use the update feature to infect hundreds of millions of Android devices. »

    This is kinda sensationalized then. We could say that of hundreds of thousands of apps. Why not scrutinize 3rd party tracking companies?

  4. UC has lots of vulnerabilities true, but it is the only web browser which is capable of downloading streaming videos from Any website at HD quality

  5. >UC Browser and has to download a plug-in module to do it from the app’s update servers.

    So for this to work, you first have to hack UC Browser’s update server. This entire article is misleading.

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