Establishing Digital Trust: Don't Sacrifice Security for Convenience
Security researcher David Vieira-Kurz has uncovered a WebKit vulnerability in the mobile version of Safari that could allow an attacker to redirect a victim to a malicious Web site with a spoofed URL.
"Fraudsters could use the vulnerability for phishing attacks by sending users to pages which appear to be their bank and asking for account data," the article states.
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