IE Cursor-tracking Data Leakage.

Now this is really interesting, especially if you're using onscreen virtual keyboards to prevent MITM capture of keystrokes.

And according to Spider.io: "The vulnerability is already being exploited by at least two display ad analytics companies across billions of page impressions per month".

1 Response to "IE Cursor-tracking Data Leakage."

  1. and the million dollar question is why does IE even need access to the cursor location for objects outside of it's purview

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