Boy in the Browser (BitB)

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  1. Dermot7

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    " Imperva’s lab, the Application Defense Center (ADC), has recently uncovered a surge of proxy Trojans with a common underlying technique. This technique, dubbed the “Boy in the Browser” (BitB), evolved from traditional key loggers and browser session records. Yet, a dumbed-down version of the sophisticated as a “Man in the Browser” (MitB) attack. In parallel to the growing popularity of MitB, a flood of BitB attacks are showing that this technique remains on the rise due to several factors: "

    http://www.imperva.com/resources/adc/adc_advisories_Boy_in_the_Browser.html

    + http://blog.imperva.com/2011/02/boy-in-the-broswer.html
     
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