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Many people browse the internet at work to research a certain topic, make transactions, use social media, and much more. To enhance the website experience, programmers add features, such as videos, slideshow animations, sign-up forms, and search boxes. However, adding a feature to a website lowers the browsing security for the visitor by potentially adding a security hole a hacker can enter. These cybercriminals concentrate on searching for vulnerabilities on the most commonly used website and browser features. Once the vulnerabilities are found, the hackers can steal your information, destroy your data, take over your computer, and track your online activities. These attacks can result in slowed work processes, lost work time, increased risk of identity theft, and possibly a ruined business reputation.