Recently, there have been reports of malware targeting popular browsers such as Edge and Chrome, stealing information such as user IDs and passwords that were previously saved in the browser.

This attack commonly uses phishing emails to trick victims into opening malicious attachments or accessing malicious URLs, and in turn downloading malware (masquerading as a fake installer) that infects the victim's machine. Subsequently, the malware harvests login credentials saved on the infected machine, which are then used in other malicious activities.

Users are reminded to stay vigilant and follow these security best practices:
- Beware of phishing emails asking for your login credentials, especially those involving the use of Singpass or Corppass.
- If you receive a suspicious email, do not download any attached files or click on hyperlinks. Delete the email immediately.
- Never disclose your passwords and Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) details to others.
- Do not allow strangers to use your device. Protect your device with a strong password or biometric options.

Ensure PC's operating system, web browsers and other software's security patches are up-to-date:
- Only install software and updates from legitimate sources.
- Only install updates for your internet browser through its official website.