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Posted by on Sep 17, 2012 in Internet |

A Cuevana plugin users have stolen keys

A Cuevana plugin users have stolen keys

The rumor began to circulate in social networks based on the analysis of a group of forumers, installs streaming service in Firefox and Chrome to view the contents.

Analysis of these found that one of the versions of the file contain malicious code capable of harvesting user data that it has installed, and derived information to a url http://cuevanatv.asia, which runs through Javascript code that collects user data every time you complete a form.

After the information began to alert users through social networks, the site issued a statement saying there may be a commitment to safety and service that suggested its users to change their passwords.

A specialized site confirmed this routine security plugin and also warned of the existence of scripts capable of stealing bank details and phishing, to what Cuevana answered “never stole or steal user data” while analyzing the information provided by the security sites.

Early in the day, the site released a new version Cuevana plugin, clean, and asked users, especially those who use the Firefox browser, update it, but insisted that as a precaution also change their Passwords and that, in spite of not having confirmed, it is suspected that the plugin could have been modified by a third party, which means a breach of security on servers streaming service.

Link: Watch on the Web: a Cuevana plugin would have stolen keys to users (Infobae)

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