Ah, the audacity of hopeless childish pranks. The long and drawn-out contest between Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton to seek the Democratic nomination has for the last few weeks descended into trench warfare. The slinging of barbs and arrows is carried out on every media, including online, where an enterprising Clinton supporter recently hacked the Obama web site; visitors to the community blogs section were redirected to the Clinton web site.
Luckily, for those of you who use Firefox and Firefox-based browsers to view the web, you have a robust and flexible defense against these insecurities; the Noscript extension. This provides a powerful protection against cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks, and no Firefox user should be without it.
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