About a week or two ago, I stumbled upon this nugget and just had to share.
Anyone remotely concerned with keeping his or her machine secure and free of malware, viruses, worms, rootkits, etc. should already be using Firefox. That being said, there is one more weapon that you should wield.
My friends, I give you Location Bar 2. This is an add-on for Firefox that alters the appearance of your address bar. While it allows you to customize, the default setup shows the top level domain of the website that you are currently visited in a different format than the rest of the address (subdomains, folders, etc.).
So the next time that you click on a link that says that your ATM card was stolen, the address that it will show in the location bar will look something like this:
http://www.bankofamerica.fakesite.com/account_login.asp … genius.
Until next time …