A security researcher has recently discovered not just one but two vulnerabilities in the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) browser that could allow attackers to bypass the software's Same-Origin Policy (SOP) security control and get their hands on users' confidential data and session cookies.
Earlier this month, security researcher Rafay Baloch has released a proof-of-concept exploit that takes advantage of a vulnerability in an Android Browser's security mechanism and could allow attackers to harvest confidential user data.
Earlier this year, Google has made it so that extension that are not hosted on the Chrome Web Store can't be installed and used by users of its popular browser.
Mozilla has released the latest version of Firefox (v32) for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android, and the new browser sports some notable security improvements.
Having implemented 50 security fixes, the Google Chrome team has pushed out a new stable version of the popular browser.