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Re: NoScript Sightings

Post by Giorgio Maone » Wed Aug 11, 2010 10:01 am

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Post by Giorgio Maone » Wed Aug 18, 2010 12:07 pm

The Register: Clickjacking threat punts Facebook survey scam
The Register wrote:Prospective marks running the NoScript Firefox plug-in are protected from the line of attack, which continues with a supposed "human verification step". Marks are invited to complete a time-wasting survey before they are allowed to view the T-shirts.

Maybe because I'm not a native English reader, I find the statement above quite obscure.
Softpedia's Report "'Top T-Shirt Fails' Facebook Scam Employs Clickjacking" is fairly more understandable to me:
Softpedia wrote:In this case a hidden Facebook Share button is positioned over the Next one on Step 2 of the "facebook human verification" dialog.

Firefox users who use the NoScript extension will see a warning about a clickjacking attempt being blocked when they click the Next button.
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Re: NoScript Sightings

Post by Giorgio Maone » Wed Sep 29, 2010 12:34 pm

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Re: NoScript Sightings

Post by therube » Tue Oct 26, 2010 11:20 pm

Critical vulnerability in Firefox 3.5 and Firefox 3.6

10.26.10 - 02:30pm

Issue:
Mozilla is aware of a critical vulnerability affecting Firefox 3.5 and Firefox 3.6 users. We have received reports from several security research firms that exploit code leveraging this vulnerability has been detected in the wild.

Impact to users:
Users who visited an infected site could have been affected by the malware through the vulnerability. The trojan was initially reported as live on the Nobel Peace Prize site, and that specific site is now being blocked by Firefox’s built-in malware protection. However, the exploit code could still be live on other websites.

Status:
We have diagnosed the issue and are currently developing a fix, which will be pushed out to Firefox users as soon as the fix has been properly tested.

In the meantime, users can protect themselves by doing either of the following:

Disabling JavaScript in Firefox
Using the NoScript Add-on

http://blog.mozilla.com/security/2010/1 ... refox-3-6/
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Re: NoScript Sightings

Post by LouCypher » Fri Mar 04, 2011 6:44 am

 
Beware enticing Bieber links, free offers on Facebook
InSecurity Complex - CNET News

...yadda..yadda...

If you see a potential or obvious scam on Facebook report it to the person whose account is spreading it, M86
said. The NoScript Firefox plug-in protects against clickjacking attacks such as this, it added.

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Post by Giorgio Maone » Fri Mar 25, 2011 9:47 pm

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Re: NoScript Sightings

Post by Giorgio Maone » Tue May 03, 2011 7:36 pm

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Re: NoScript Sightings

Post by tlu » Sun Oct 02, 2011 6:31 pm

The man in the browser and Phishing with legit URL’s

Of course noscript will prevent these kind of attacks ...
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Re: NoScript Sightings

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Post by Giorgio Maone » Tue Dec 27, 2011 9:38 pm

Forbes - Best Read: Brand'ts Top 5 Malware Threats in 2012
David Coursey wrote:If you’re not running Firefox with NoScript installed, you need to do so right now. As far as I can tell, it’s the only surefire method of preventing an accidental infection of a Windows PC by exploit-kitted Web pages.
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Re: NoScript Sightings

Post by Tom T. » Wed Dec 28, 2011 3:54 am

Giorgio Maone wrote:Forbes - Best Read: Brand'ts Top 5 Malware Threats in 2012
David Coursey wrote:If you’re not running Firefox with NoScript installed, you need to do so right now. As far as I can tell, it’s the only surefire method of preventing an accidental infection of a Windows PC by exploit-kitted Web pages.

I believe I'll link that in the thread, "Google Chrome vs. FX+NS;", thanks. :)
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Re: NoScript Sightings

Post by therube » Wed Jan 04, 2012 5:55 pm

Softpedia.com: NoScript 2.2.5 Released

It took only three release candidates for the developer to come out with the stable version for NoScript 2.2.5.

All the features you’ve been accustomed to have been preserved and there is no addition in the extension. As all the effort invested to reach this version number was to eliminate bugs and improve compatibility with various widgets and websites.

As such, the new release brings to the table better compatibility with Verified by VISA (www.securesuite.net). On the same note, ClearClick feature has also been improved, as there is better compatibility with recent Disqus widget versions.

Linux tooltips obstructing the embedding unblocking confirmation dialog should no longer occur as the developer came up with a workaround for the issue.

NoScript allows JavaScript, Java, Flash and other plugins to be executed only by trusted websites of your choice. You can download it from this page.
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Re: NoScript Sightings

Post by Giorgio Maone » Wed Jan 11, 2012 8:36 am

Remove Facebook Timeline' themed scam circulating on Facebook (Zero Day, ZDNet's security news by Ryan Nairaine Dancho Danchev):
Users are advised to take advantage of Firefox’s NoScript extension in order to prevent clickjacking and likejacking attempts.
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Re: NoScript Sightings

Post by Tom T. » Wed Jan 11, 2012 9:03 am

@ Giorgio:

Did you break the lnk deliberately? There's a space after the URL closure tag that caused a line feed in the wrap, I think. Removing the space (butting up "Remove" to the "]" makes the link work.

Seems like a safe link that users might want to click, but of course I wouldn't edit your posts without checking first. If it was broken deliberately for anti-SEO or whatever, cool. 8-)
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