Online attackers can gain access to the Google Desktop application through a cross site scripting attack, researchers at Watchfire have discovered.
We've seen cross site scripting vulnerabilities before, but this one is amazingly easy to demonstrate on your home or office computer, provided that you are running Google Desktop and haven't just updated it.
Curious? Go to your Google Desktop search page and type in the following:
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