Jane Wakefield, writing for the BBC.
An increasingly popular web language will be the next big target for cybercriminals, according to a security firm. HTML 5 is being developed to improve the look of websites, remove the need for plug-ins such as Java and Flash, and bring the storage capacity of the cloud to the browser.
This is potentially going to be quite painful,” said James Lyne, director of technology strategy at the security firm (Sophos). The fact that HTML 5 allows more data to be stored in the browser means firms and cybercriminals could create super-cookies to track people’s web behaviour.
You mean like Facebook?
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