Security hole found in all browsers
Major vulnerability has been found in all current and previous web browsers, a report revealed today.
“This vulnerability allows people to display whatever they want on your computer screen,” said Scott McScott of the McScott Institute, a producer of anti-vulnerability software (starting at just $199). “This is the worst critical threat we have seen for ages. Any web site could potentially contain stuff you’ve not written yourself. Just think about what that could do to an impressionable mind.”
He went on to say that bloggers were particularly being targeted by this threat and “up to billions” of people may already have been exposed to it’s effects.
It’s not all bad news though. Scott reports; “Our latest version of McScott Anti-Everything will contain patented No Foreign Stuff technology which will remove content from websites not written by yourself. It’s already being used in the White House to great effect!”