Wednesday, 20 May 2015

Safari Flaw Allows Malware And Phishing Attacks Possible

A vulnerability in Safari allows you to execute malware and phishing attacks. The vulnerability can any URL displayed in the address bar, while another site is loaded. The vulnerability was revealed by the UK security Deusen.

As evidence it put a proof-of-concept online. This test looks like the website of the Daily Mail is open, while this is not so."While this proof-of-concept is not perfect, it can be certainly improved and is then very easy to use for phishing attacks," said Manuel Humberto Santander Pelaez of the Internet Storm Center . The attack may not work if cookies only from the currently open website are allowed.

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