Moving Beyond Our Current Capabilities
With our new release, we have addressed the issues on the backend. You will have a better experience with ConcealBrowse as the authentication issues and CSS rendering issues have been rectified. Check out our new features shown below!
- New Settings Release - You now will be able to "Disable overlay on trusted sites" and "Protect overlay from manipulation" from the extension.
- More details in the What we know section - You will see more information in this section that describes the "Site Info" of the sites that you are visiting.
- Dashboard Updates - In the dashboard, there is now an additional "Audit" tab where you can receive audit events externally.
Additional details on these new features can be found below.
New Settings Release
Disable overlay on trusted sites
When an end-user has this setting enabled and they come across a site in their organization's "Allow List", we will not inject our code into the page.
Protect overlay from manipulation
This setting acts in a similar manner. Certain sites, such as legitimate banking sites, look for injected code and attempt to remove it. This setting allows users to turn this on and off as needed. We recommend that admins allow users to enable this feature on their end in case they may encounter these issues. This does not disable the extension or leave the end-user unprotected.
These new features are accessible on the ConcealBrowse extension, in the Settings tab.
More details in the What we know section
We address the concept of "preload switching". This technique is often used by attackers, especially with Microsoft phishing, which has a loading page that quickly switches to the authentication page. When this happens, the entire HTML document is removed and replaced with a new one. This is done to trick security solutions which is not visible to the end-user. With this new release, it is now visible to the end-user.
This allows the end-user to start looking at the details about a page they are visiting, whether it is in isolation or not.
There is now an additional tab in the Dashboard. With "Audit Settings" you can now receive audit events externally. A plugin must be configured first in order to receive these audit events.
Once configured, you will be able to track information in Timeline tab and see the plugins configured in the Plugin tab under Audit Settings.
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