In the annals of cybersecurity, 2003 should go down as one of the worst years ever, as hackers and spammers repeatedly demonstrated just how easy it is to use the latest software security holes, worms and viruses to attack businesses and trick unwitting Internet users into divulging their personal and financial information. And 2004 could be worse. A hint of just how bad came this week when yet another flaw in Microsoft’s ubiquitous Internet Explorer surfaced. The flaw gives criminals the ability to control what is displayed in the address bar in a victim’s browser window. Full Story
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