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Hackers are at it again and this hack is pretty smart. They trick your browser into thinking the internet address they are looking for is in a foreign language while displaying the address in familiar looking English characters. How do they do this? Find out in this episode of SmartTech.
For more information check out the article at arstechnica.com
Firefox users can protect themselves by:
2. Enter “punycode” in the search box to bring up a line that reads network.IDN_show_punycode.
3. Double-click the word “false” to change it to “true.”
From then on, Firefox will display the “dumb ascii” characters and not the deceptive, encoded ones.From the website arstechnica.com
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