October 22, 2015

Malicious Google Chrome clone eFast serves ads, collects info

“To make sure that you will use your new browser, eFast makes itself the default browser and takes over some file-associations. File-associations are settings that determine which program will run when files with a certain extension are opened,” Malwarebytes’ Pieter Arntz explains.

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