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Every modern browser lets you save and sync user names and passwords for your favorite websites. Maybe that's not such a good idea.
The release brings many features of Opera 10.1 desktop edition to users of Android-based handsets running OS 1.6 or higher
The Norwegian company has released a beta version of Opera Mini 5, the latest iteration of its lightweight mobile browser
The Opera Unite alpha lets people invite others to use a browser to see content on their PC, but security experts have called its reliance on simple passwords an 'avenue to disaster'
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Skilled identity thieves can pilfer user names, passwords and other sensitive data for banking sites without using e-mail lures and other other social engineering tactics.According to a security advisory from Trusteer, hackers can launch what is described as "in-session phishing attacks" using pop-up messages during an active browser session.
Chrome and Safari fared worse than Opera, Firefox and IE in a set of tests evaluating the security of browsers' password-management features
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That nifty password management feature in your favorite Web browser could be helping identity thieves pilfer your personal data.That's the biggest takeaway from the results of this test which shows that all the major Web browsers -- including IE, Firefox, Opera, Safari and Chrome -- are vulnerable to a total of 20 vulnerabilities that could expose password-related information.
Vulnerabilities discovered in Mozilla's Firefox browser last week could be exploited to steal usernames and passwords.
Mozilla is expanding its browser platform into new realms, creating APIs and a portable storehouse for bookmarks, customizations, passwords, histories, preferences and other metadata. Just like Microsoft, Google, Yahoo and others, Mozilla wants its platform, called Weave, to serve as a kind of a Web operating system, managing basic services for users (more on Techmeme).
Microsoft says a glitch in its Java Virtual Machine could let hackers hijack a browser and redirect traffic, capturing sensitive data such as a person's passwords.
Gator, a popular application that fills in Web site passwords and forms, contains a security flaw that puts users' computer files at risk, security experts said. According to a security warning issued this week from Eyeonsecurity.com, the ActiveX plug-in used to download Gator can be manipulated by a malicious programmer to install back-door software, including a Trojan horse virus. The Redwood City, Calif.-based company said it became aware of the security vulnerability this morning and that it plans to issue a patch on its Web site late Friday. Gator, which has been downloaded by more than 10 million people, runs in the backdrop of a Web browser and is often bundled with popular file-sharing programs such as AudioGalaxy. The free software is supported by advertising revenue from its own bundled program, OfferCompanion, which delivers promotions to browsers as consumers surf the Web. --Stefanie Olsen, Special to ZDNet News
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