One in three of top websites vulnerable or hacked, says report

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  1. Wonder what they get from hacking non commercial websites! Maybe dumping malicious code to computers. With all the precautions I take – firewall router, comodo router, avast antivirus and weekly runs of malwarebytes and norton online scan, I still face problems when browsers start running scripts from third party, ugly sites. I am now using NoScript to check a script first before allowing it to run. Some regular websites are exception otherwise all others are under scrutiny.

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