CIS is reporting today that efforts by MySpace to fix a flaw that tricks users into entering their login details in to a bogus web page have failed.
CIS said that a Reverse Cross Site Request can still be injected into a MySpace.com email message.
News of the flaw first broke on 23 November, when CIS warned Firefox 2 and IE7 users to be careful of the vulnerability, which allows attackers to get users' login details by showing them a fake login form.
This tricks Firefox Password Manager into filling in the saved details. CIS reviewed the vulnerability on 19 January, after Firefox version 126.96.36.199 was released, but the version didn't contain a fix.
CIS is therefore warning users to disable the Password Manager so that they don't fall prey to a malicious bogus webpage.