Widespread malware campaign seeks to silently inject ads into search results, affects multiple browsers

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A persistent malware campaign has been actively distributing Adrozek, an evolved browser modifier malware at scale since at least May 2020. At its peak in August, the threat was observed on over 30,000 devices every day. The malware is designed to inject ads into search engine results pages and affects multiple browsers.

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