[clug] New script based Phishing makes Windows even less safe.

Martin Pool mbp at sourcefrog.net
Tue Nov 9 03:19:20 GMT 2004

On  9 Nov 2004, Daniel McNamara <daniel at codefish.net.au> wrote:

> Banks are slowly getting the 
> idea they need to support other OS's and like any large organisation 
> change will take a while (immutable law of business).

Some informed people suggest that Firefox users are far less likely to
be compromised than IE users.  (This may be mostly to do with better
security usability design in Firefox.)  Banks that want to avoid the
hassles of compromised customer accounts ought to strongly encourage
people to use non-IE browsers, and to run them with ActiveX and
similar things disabled.

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