Once again MySpace proves to be a danger to the Internet community
Once again, the MySpace network is a danger to its visitors. WebSense Security Lab reports that it has:
I, for one, am sick to death of the dangers being faced by MySpace users - how many people remember when 1 million PCs were infected via MySpace pages?
What about the MySpace usersnames and passwords that were stolen:
I wonder if MySpace still transmits logins unencrypted:
Then there are the spoofed log-in pages that continue to be a problem:
I cannot stress strongly enough my belief that nobody should be allowed to access MySpace via a corporate network under any circumstances, and that nobody should access MySpace via their personal computers unless their computer's security settings are locked down tighter than a vault. Don't go there unless the entire MySpace domain is in your Web browser's restricted sites zone, or don't go there at all.