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Submission + - Security Hole Lets Hackers Create Phishing Site Hosted On Google.com 1

An anonymous reader writes: Following the Skype security hole brouhaha, we have been pointed to a cross site scripting (XSS) vulnerability in GoogleUserContent.com that allows an attacker to create a phishing site which is hosted on Google.com. In other words, victims could potentially be tricked into entering their Google account details (whether for Gmail, Google+, or for another Google service) as they think they are on Google.com.
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Security Hole Lets Hackers Create Phishing Site Hosted On Google.com

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  • Bad BAD CSS. Lots of empty space, half of the text cut completely off on the right. Yes, I'm at work using a shitty browser (IE7) but there's no excuse for ANY web page to render so badly on any browser, no matter how shitty the browser is.

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