“Tabbed browsing, one of the more popular features built into alternative Web browsers, contains a security flaw that puts users at risk of spoofing attacks, research firm Secunia warned onWednesday.
Secunia released an advisory detailing the flaws, which affect users of Mozilla, Mozilla Firefox, Netscape, Opera, Camino, Konqueror, Avant Browser and Maxthon (MyIE2).”
This is very scary to see, especially since tabbed browsing is picking up so much popularity. There are a large portion of Designtechnica forum members that use Mozilla for example.
You can see a demonstration of this vulnerability on Secunia’s website.
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