Browser-in-the-Browser Attack Can Trick Even Savvy Users – Slashdot

Hundreds of thousands of sites use the OAuth protocol to let visitors login using their existing accounts with companies like Google, Facebook, or Apple. Instead of having to create an account on the new site, visitors can use an account that they already have — and the magic of OAuth does the rest. The Browser-in-the-Browser (BitB) technique capitalizes on this scheme. Instead of opening a genuine second browser window that’s connected to the site facilitating the login or payment, BitB uses a series of HTML and cascading style sheets (CSS) tricks to convincingly spoof the second window. The URL that appears there can show a valid address, complete with a padlock and HTTPS prefix. The layout and behavior of the window appear identical to the real thing. Source: Browser-in-the-Browser Attack Can Trick Even Savvy Users – Slashdot

EXCLUSIVE: Four Corners Interview: In Ukraine HQ With Zelensky – What Was Said – 💥Peace & Truth

Moments later, Ms Vereshchuk walked in, talking urgently on her phone. Hanging up, she told us she was responding to problems at the Russian-occupied Chernobyl nuclear plant around 100 kilometres north of Kyiv.

While Mr Zelenskyy has been commanding international headlines and praise, less is known about the Deputy Prime Minister.

As some MPs within the Ukrainian government are taking up arms for the first time after Russia’s invasion of the country, Ms Vereshchuk had served as an officer in the Ukrainian army for five years.

The 42-year-old has also practised karate, hand-to-hand combat and Thai boxing.

She displays the same defiance that Mr Zelenskyy has come to embody.

“They will not succeed,” she said. “Kyiv will not be taken by the Russians. Otherwise, we will all die here, together with the Russians.”

Source: EXCLUSIVE: Four Corners Interview: In Ukraine HQ With Zelensky – What Was Said – 💥Peace & Truth

Anonymous Takes Anti-Putin Battle To Russian People With Printer Attack To Disrupt Kremlin’s Propaganda

The details of the latest attack against Russia were shared by Anonymous on the micro-blogging site Twitter. “We have been printing anti-propaganda and tor installation instructions to printers all over #Russia for 2 hours, and printed 100,000+ copies so far. 15 people working on this op as we speak,” the tweet read.

International Business Times had the opportunity to talk to one of the hacktivists and they confirmed the hack. They also explained that the operation included PDFs printed on the hacked printers with a message telling Russians that its president, Kremlin and Russian media have lied to them.

Source: Anonymous Takes Anti-Putin Battle To Russian People With Printer Attack To Disrupt Kremlin’s Propaganda