Netscape.com service falls victim to cross site scripting attack

Thursday, 27 July 2006, 10:54 AM EST

Online vandals have hacked the Netscape.com service using a cross-site scripting attack.

The Netscape.com site recently was re-launched as a social bookmarking service. It is generally considered a copy of the popular Digg.com website. Netscape visitors on Wednesday were presented with pop-up messages, one of which stated: "This site sucks. Go here instead". When clicking on the message users would be directed to the Digg.com website.

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