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Microsoft Launches Windows Defender Extension for Google Chrome

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Interesting,  I don't use Chrome but Malwarebytes launched a beta extension for Firefox a few months ago which I do have running.

Is this a sign that AVs are becoming browser extensions?

That does make some sense, most attacks come through your browser or downloads from your browser. 

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I think an interesting development is that Intel will be stopping malware on the hardware level with integrated GPU's (although hardware antivirus/anti-malware has already existed for awhile now but has always been very expensive):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iiO6vGTsQ4g

 

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1 hour ago, Andavari said:

I think an interesting development is that Intel will be stopping malware on the hardware level with integrated GPU's (although hardware antivirus/anti-malware has already existed for awhile now but has always been very expensive):


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iiO6vGTsQ4g

 

True, but it is not a browser extension like the one mentioned above :) 

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Here is information, and the download link, for the "Malwarebytes for Firefox (Beta)" add on for those who may be interested and/or want to try the Beta extension:

https://forums.malwarebytes.com/topic/218646-malwarebytes-for-firefox-beta/

You may note that one of the screenshots there shows "Malwarebytes for Chrome (Beta)". Yes they have now released an add on for Chrome as well.

https://forums.malwarebytes.com/topic/218616-malwarebytes-for-chrome-beta/

 

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