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Attackers prey on inexperienced Google Chrome users.
In a new post today on BitDefender's Malware City blog, the company warns Google Chrome users of malware-laced emails. Attackers are reportedly sending unsolicited messages informing users of a new Chrome extension that helps "better organize your documents" received via email. A seemingly innocent link is provided, and once clicked, users are redirected to a clone of the Google Chrome Extensions page.
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