Popular unofficial desktop version of Google Translate contains malware, researchers say

Episode 202 September 06, 2022 00:02:52
Popular unofficial desktop version of Google Translate contains malware, researchers say
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Popular unofficial desktop version of Google Translate contains malware, researchers say

Sep 06 2022 | 00:02:52

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Eddie Arrieta

Show Notes

A popular application allowing users to access Google Translate directly from their desktop (as opposed to their browser) has turned out to be a “crypto miner malware campaign” that’s affected thousands of users across at least 11 countries.

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