Browser-Based Security Alerts Have Room for Improvement

Browser-Based Security Alerts Have Room for Improvement

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    Academics from Brigham Young University and the University of Pittsburgh determined that poorly timed security alerts for web browsers were largely ignored. This  was found to be partially attributable to dual-task interference, which basically means that the alerts were ignored because humans aren’t able to multi-task well. This poses a threat for these well-intended browser security apps that notifies users of potential threats. Read more at Threatpost.

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