Website developers can protect users from internet-borne threats

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Website developers can protect users from internet-borne threats

Protecting users from internet-borne threats falls on trusted websites, says Overstock's Sam Peterson. Dan Kaplan reports.

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Hobbyist Dan Thompson created a website in 2000 for music fans to discuss and trade lyrics of one-hit wonders – think “Come on Eileen” or “Ice, Ice Baby” – he never thought the site would become a cyber target.But that's just what happened last month, when hackers launched injection attacks ...

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