Did you like this?
friends and colleagues.
Computerworld, By Jeremy Kirk
A serious security flaw was apparently found on Twitter on Tuesday but was quickly fixed.
The problem was a cross-site scripting flaw, wrote Georg Wicherski of Kaspersky Lab on the company's blog.
Cross-site scripting is an attack in which a script drawn from another Web site is allowed to run that shouldn't, which can be used to steal information or potentially cause other malicious code to run.
Related Business News Articles
Mobile Devices responsible for an Increasing Number of Breaches - IT Business EdgeLearn more >
Google is making you more forgetful. Here's why that's a good thing - The Washington PostLearn more >