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Innovative Way to Bypass MFA Using Microsoft WebView2 Is Familiar Nevertheless

An interesting way to bypass multi-factor authentication (MFA) was recently announced by Bleeping Computer. This particular attack method requires a potential victim to be tricked into downloading a malicious executable (not so hard unfortunately), and the resulting rogue code then uses Microsoft Edge’s WebView2 control to essential create a rogue web page which can mimic any other web page, except with new malicious coding inserted.

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