Ian Wright sends passionate message to Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang over Arsenal future

first_img Comment Advertisement Advertisement Wright sent a message to Aubameyang (Picture: Instagram)‘Forget about last night. If you weren’t here with all due respect to the rest of our team we’d be in deep trouble.‘For you to score the amount of goals you are scoring whilst doing all that defending is just incredible!!! (Please stay and sign the ting).Arsenal return to action on Monday when they face Portsmouth in the FA Cup.They aren’t involved in the Premier League this weekend as their clash with Manchester City was postponed while they contest the Carabao Cup final against Aston Villa.Should Aubameyang leave Arsenal?Yes0%No0%Share your resultsShare your resultsTweet your resultsFollow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.For more stories like this, check our sport page. Aubameyang is linked with an exit (Picture: BeFodi Images via Getty Images)Ian Wright has sent a passionate plea to Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, begging him to sign a new contract and stay at the Emirates.Former Borussia Dortmund forward Aubameyang has been linked with a move away from the club, with his contract expiring at the end of next season.Barcelona are among the sides thought to be interested in the Gabon international, 30. who has scored 20 goals in the Premier League and Europa League this season.He was on the scoresheet again in a shock defeat to Olympiacos but missed a glorious opportunity at the death that would have stopped his side crashing out of the Europa League.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTAubameyang took to Instagram a day later and wrote: ‘I Woke up This Morning praying as usual and i thanks God for what he gave me.‘An incredible Family and you Fans are part of it 🙏🏽 thanks for all the messages and the love i received since yesterday.‘Football is great Even if he gives you sometimes Strange emotions but i Take it as a lesson again and keep my head up Season’s Not over yet 🙏🏽we’ll fight as a Team Till the end.’Arsenal legend Ian Wright was quick to respond to Aubameyang and begged him to stay beyond his current deal.‘We love you!!! This club loves you. Our fans love you,’ Wright wrote. Metro Sport ReporterSaturday 29 Feb 2020 10:44 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link257Shares Ian Wright sends passionate message to Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang over Arsenal futurelast_img read more

Browsers leak installed extensions to sites

first_imgBrowsers leak installed extensions to sites by Martin Brinkmann on August 29, 2017 in Internet – 26 commentsSecurity researchers have discovered flaws in the extensions systems of all modern browsers that attackers may exploit to enumerate all installed browser extensions.The attack affects all modern browsers. The researchers confirmed it in Chromium-based browsers, and believe that it affects other browsers like Firefox or Edge which use the same extensions system as well. Firefox’s legacy add-on system is also vulnerable to the attack.Chromium-based browsers like Google Chrome, Yandex and Opera, and Firefox-based browsers like Firefox or Pale Moon, and Microsoft Edge, are affected.All browsers protect extension data from being accessed directly by websites visited in the web browser. The past has shown however that sites may use various techniques to scan for installed add-ons.We talked about this in Are you identifiable by extensions, logins and your browser, and Fix Firefox resource URI leak.When extensions were first introduced, websites were not blocked from accessing local resources. Mozilla and Google introduced controls to block sites from accessing these resources. This is handled by access control settings that declare all resources extensions use as private by default in Firefox, Chromium-based browsers and Microsoft Edge.Safari uses a different protection mechanism as it randomizes resource URIs instead.The security researchers discovered a way to enumerate installed browser extensions in the newest versions of web browsers. The “timing side-channel attack” may be used to enumerate the installed browser extensions by monitoring the browser’s response to resource access.When a site requests access to a resource of an extension in the browser, the browser needs to run two checks to see if the extension exists, and if the resource that the site wants to access is publicly available.By monitoring the response, attackers, may identify the reason behind a request denial. The site measures the time it takes to return a request for a fake extension with fake resource and the time it takes to request a real extension with a fake path.By comparing the time, installed extensions are revealed. According to the researchers, their approach can be used to determine with 100% accuracy if extensions are installed in a modern web browser.By telling apart the two centralized checks that are part of the extension settings validation (either because of the side-channel or because of the different exception behaviors), it is possible to completely enumerate all the installed extensions. It is sufficient for an attacker to simply probe in a loop all existing extensions to precisely enumerate the ones installed in the system.Closing WordsThe attack relies on extension IDs and some code. The researchers grabbed about 10000 Chrome and Firefox extension IDs each and uses the information in test runs.”Real” attackers would have to do the same, and could use the information for browser fingerprinting or targeted attacks against specific browser extensions.Since these attacks rely on scripts, any script blocker protects against it. (via Born / Bleeping Computer)SummaryArticle NameBrowsers leak installed extensions to sitesDescriptionSecurity researchers have discovered flaws in the extensions systems of all modern browsers that attackers may exploit to enumerate all installed browser extensions.Author Martin BrinkmannPublisher Ghacks Technology NewsLogo Advertisementlast_img read more