Poisoned JavaScript code tops malware list

Discussion in 'malware problems & news' started by CloneRanger, Jul 4, 2010.

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  1. CloneRanger

    CloneRanger Registered Member

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    That's why NoScript exists. It's default whitelist mode is a great layer of security and privacy.
     
  3. xorrior

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    It was a spammer that spread through social engineering. No buffer overflows, XSS, XSRF etc..

    I'd rather keep jscript and just use common sense. Malware has been spreading like this going on 3 decades..
     
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    At least based on the first link provided, it would need someone quite new to the ways of the internet to fall for the exploit.

    Such a person would not be competent to handle NoScript.
     
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    only has to be competent/aware enough to run NoScript to start with. From that point on it takes over and protects
     
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