Microsoft has issued a warning about Adrozek, a new strain of browser modifier that, according to the company, “adds browser extensions, modifies a specific DLL per target browser, and changes browser settings to insert additional, unauthorized ads into web pages.”
Once installed, the malware makes changes to several browser extensions and .DLLs. Both Firefox and Chromium-based browsers are susceptible to Adrozek. Microsoft Defender Antivirus, the built-in endpoint protection solution on Windows 10, uses behavior-based, machine learning-powered detections to block Adrozek. End users who find this threat on their devices are advised to re-install their browsers.
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