Facebook, Yelp Instant Personalization Has Holes

A now-closed Facebook exploit took advantage of cross site scripting to inject malicious code into Yelp. Normally such an attack wouldn’t have particularly broad implications for Facebook users, but Yelp is one of the three sites that have been deemed fit for Facebook’s highly controversial Instant Personalization feature. Read the full article. [TechCrunch]

A now-closed Facebook exploit took advantage of cross site scripting to inject malicious code into Yelp. Normally such an attack wouldn’t have particularly broad implications for Facebook users, but Yelp is one of the three sites that have been deemed fit for Facebook’s highly controversial Instant Personalization feature. Read the full article. [TechCrunch]

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