• This ad blocker extension actually added.more ads

    2 days ago - By Tech Radar

    Installing an ad blocker extension for your browser is a great way to limit the number of ads you see online but what if your ad blocker actually ended up showing you more ads? Security researchers from the cybersecurity firm Imperva have released a report detailing a new ad injection campaign that targets users through an extension available on both Google Chrome and Opera called AllBlock. For those unfamiliar, ad injection is the process of inserting unauthorized ads into a publisher's webpage with the goal of enticing unsuspecting users into clicking on them. Ad injection can also come...
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