Do you ever use CTRL+F or ⌘+F to search for something on a web page? If you do, then your searches could be recorded by a hacker using just a few lines of code. "Be careful what you type on your computer while surfing the Web. It very well could be funneled to a script kiddie who has appropriated a handful of lines of code and inserted it into his site." More details at:
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Kill the Password: Why a String of Characters Can’t Protect Us Anymore written by this guy from Wired Magazine: “This summer, hackers destroyed my entire digital life in the span of an hour,” says Wired senior writer Mat Honan.
“Universal” Man In the Browser Attack -- Researchers have discovered a new type of Man-in-the-Browser (MItB) attack that is Website independent, and does not target specific Websites, but instead collects data submitted to all sites.