Tagged: FireFox, hackers, Software
Source: Jared Maynard - Read the full article
Posted: 6 years 9 weeks ago

In what feels like a never ending animated battle of hackers against Firefox.

"There is a newly discovered vulnerability in Mozilla's flagship Firefox browser that could enable an attacker to trick a user into providing his login credentials for a given site by using an obfuscated URL. In most cases, Firefox will display an alert when a URL has been obfuscated, but by using an iFrame, an attacker can evade this layer of protection, possibly leading to a compromise of the user's sensitive information." | More



BellTollsForThee's picture
Joined: 07/30/2010
Posts: 48

Oh, man i wish hackers would just stop this non-sense
Go and make an honest living!


Tiv's picture
Joined: 08/12/2009
Posts: 3584

I recall Firefox used to be the most secure browser ever. These days Chrome is actually looking better and better. I guess it takes more money and man power than Firefox has to stay one step above the best hackers.

I sleep fine at night knowing we are banning people who deserve it.  Tivon
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wackomann's picture
Joined: 03/02/2010
Posts: 8

Oh dear :/ Well I'm always very wary when I have to log in to sites that have personal information. May consider Google Chrome as a backup browser. I always use Firefox as my main browser but occasionally use Safari : )

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