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Phishing applications: Security threats regarding the SetParent function

, 10 Nov 2011 CPOL 10.4K 459 28
This article explains how the SetParent function can be used to deceive users and incurs a catastrophe. Also, it suggests protection techniques against attacks presented here.
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Yonghwi Kwon
Software Developer
United States United States
I started to write software since 1999 and have developed various products including security solutions and system utilities.

Microsoft Visual C++ MVP (from 2008 to present)
Website: http://rodream.net

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