Cross-Site Scripting Flaw found in US ID Protection Company LifeLock's site
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Irony is one of those things that is not appreciated by security guys. They do not find humor in it nor do they enjoy it when someone points an ironic situation involving them out. This has to be the case for the privacy company LifeLock. A pair of security researchers (Eric Taylor and Blake Welsh) have found an interesting feature in LifeLock’s web site. The flaw allows for a cross-site scripting attack to be used to do a fair amount of damage including injecting malware.