Internet Explorer users – beware of a new security flaw where hackers can inject malicious code into legitimate websites where the address bar looks (and is) legitimate. This makes phishing campaigns much more convincing since users would enter their credentials if the URL looked right. Expect a patch from Microsoft soon, but until then if you use IE, beware of clicking links in emails and only login to sites/services that you go to directly via a bookmark/favorite or manually entering the website's address.

Major Internet Explorer vulnerability could lead to convincing phishing attacks
A security researcher has uncovered what appears to be a serious security flaw in Internet Explorer that could be exploited by malicious hackers to launch convi