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Spoofing bug found in IE7

Posted on Saturday, October 28 2006 @ 04:05:40 CEST by


Earlier this week researchers found a spoofing bug in Internet Explorer 7:
Security experts have found a weakness in Internet Explorer 7 that could help crooks mask phishing scams, the type of attack Microsoft designed the browser to thwart.

IE 7, released last week, allows a Web site to display a pop-up that can contain a spoofed Web address, security monitoring company Secunia said Wednesday. An attacker could exploit this weakness to trick people into believing they are on a trusted Web site when in fact they are viewing a malicious page, Secunia said in an alert.
More info at CNET.



 



 

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