Don’t feel too singled out though, as there is also a 0-day exploit for Mac OS X floating out there too!
“Mozilla’s Firefox 2 and Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 7 are vulnerable to a flaw that could allow attackers to steal passwords.
Dubbed a reverse cross-site request, or RCSR, vulnerability by its discoverer, Robert Chapin, the flaw lets hackers compromise users’ passwords and usernames by presenting them with a fake login form. Firefox Password Manager will automatically enter any saved passwords and usernames into the form.
The data is then automatically sent to an attacker’s computer without the user’s knowledge, according to the Chapin Information Services site. ”
Here is some more Tech News from around the web:
- New Windows Mobile “Crossbow” reviews hit the ‘Net @ Ars Technica
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- Nintendo Wii review @ GH
- PlayStation 3 Utilizes Bluetooth Technology In Its Controllers @ Blue Tomorrow
- eVGA 680i Motherboard GiveAway @ Gamepyre