(PRWEB) December 1, 2006
As Chaplin Information Services (CIS) reports on 21 Nov, 2006 -- Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer web browsers exposes saved passwords to clever attackers. This vulnerability is named a Reverse Cross-Site Request (RCSR). This flaw affects all users who use built-in password managers in Firefox and Internet Explorer. Mozilla has confirmed this as bug number 360493, and said they are already working on a fix for version 18.104.22.168 or 22.214.171.124, but there is no any positive feedback from Microsoft.
Sticky Password developers have carefully investigated this vulnerability and claims that latest version protects stored password and login information from RCRS attacks.
Sticky Password is the most protected portable password manager. Its Password Protector feature constantly watches on how the password used on the computer. It works like firewall and will display notifications if some application will try to retrieve passwords from another application. Password Protector also watches for inter-process communications, so it is very effective to prevent keylogger and trojan-horse attacks at home and in dangerous environments like internet cafe or computer class.
Sticky Password remembers and automatically fills login and password fields for any computer program including popular web browsers -- Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox. Its intelligent features save time to access the passwords and protects against phishing.
Detailed information about anti-phishing features can be found at:
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If you would like to get a comment, request a reviewer copy, have a businesses proposal, want to become an authorized reseller or have any other inquiry, please contact Sticky Password developers at press@ stickypassword.com
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