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[HDGEM] Your browser might be inadvertently exposing personal data to phishers and attackers because of a flaw in how data is automatically filled on some websites.

For example Chrome, which autofills data by default, a phisher could trick a user into turning over more personal data than they realize. If the fields on the page are hidden, the user may be none the wiser.

Posted By Blogger to HDGEM at 1/22/2017 02:10:00 AM
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