"Firefox browser users love the myriad of third-party extensions
that tweak the open-source browser's performance, but some of the
most popular of those extensions have created a security hole so
wide even a newbie AOL hacker could find it and millions of Firefox
users are at risk of having their browsers hijacked.
"Third party extensions including the widely used toolbars from
Google, Yahoo, Ask, Facebook, LinkedIn, as well as social bookmark
extension from Del.icio.us and two anti-hacking add-ons, the
Netcraft Anti-Phishing Toolbar and the PhishTank SiteChecker all
put users at risk of having their browser infected with malicious
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