MITB

AcronymDefinition
MITBMoney in the Bank
MITBMan in the Browser (malware)
MITBMan Is the Bastard (band)
MITBMan in the Box
MITBMint in the Box (mint condition)
MITBMinimum Transmission Bias
MITBMaritime Industry Training Board (South Africa)
MITBMary Ingles Trail Blazers (West Virginia)
MITBMiracle in the Belly
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Kevin Owens via pinfall to retain his MITB briefcase
For example, a fraudulent email sent to a user might contain a malware (called man in the browser (MITB)), this malware could be in form of web browser ActiveX components, plugins, or email attachments; if this user ignorantly download this attachment to his pc, the malware will install itself on the user's pc and would in turn transfer money to the fraudster's bank account whenever the user (i.e., the legitimate owner of the bank account) tries to perform an online transaction [1].
in [67] asserted that many security measures have been implemented to prevent MITM attacks such as Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) or Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocol, while adversaries have come out with a new variant of MITM attack which is known as the Man In The Browser (MITB) attack.
Saudi National Guard Minister Prince Mitb bin Abdullah Al Saud revealed the plan as he patronised the conclusion of a two-week drill in Riyadh by the Saudi National Guard, under the theme "Loyalty and Sacrifice", reported the Gulf Daily News, our sister publication.
This model was called the Model for Interpersonal Teacher Behavior (MITB) and was based on Leary's research on the interpersonal diagnosis of personality (1957).
Man-in-the-browser (MitB) attacks, for example, hijack authenticated sessions.
Riyad - Le Roi Abdallah Ibn Abdelaziz Al-Saoud a promulgue, lundi, un decret en vertu duquel le commandement de la Garde nationale devient un ministere, nommant a sa tete le prince Mitb Ben Abdallah Ben Abdelaziz Al-Saoud.
Sometimes called a Man-in-the-Browser (MitB) or browser zombie, it arrives as a malicious browser extension, plugin, helper object, or piece of JavaScript.
Unfortunately, single-factor authentication solutions do not offer comprehensive protection against more sophisticated threats such as Man-in-the-Browser (MitB) and Man-in-the-Middle (MitM) attacks in which hackers hijack legitimate user identities during a transaction and redirect funds.
A man-in-the-browser (MitB) malware attack can get around multi-factor authentication.
As a result, end user would not aware if there is vulnerability on their machine or platform that might lead to client side attack such as man-in-the-browser (MitB) attacks.
The SafeNet eToken 3500 uses an optical sensor to read financial transaction data from a Web browser, generating a unique electronic signature that validates each transaction, reducing threats such as Man-in-the-Browser (MitB) and Man-in-the-Middle (MitM), in which hackers hijack legitimate user identities during a transaction and redirect funds.