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Man in the Browser

Posted: February 19, 2010

Man in the Browser (or MITB) is a spyware program which spies on browser sessions, especially online banking. Man in the Browser intercepts and modifies web page contents in the background. In a MITB attack, what the user is seeing on the browser window is not something which the actual server sent. Similarly, what server sees on the other end might not be what user was intending to send. This sophisticated program should not be given the leeway to cause mayhem on your system and steal your banking details. Use a proven spyware remover to terminate Man in the Browser immediately once detected.

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