Just reading through the Rift general discussion forums and people are trying to figure out why so many people are getting hacked.
One of the posters stated:
"Its not the parsers.
It's Zam - you don't need to register on the site for malicious scripts to be run.
Zam used to be owned by IGE - but everyone sussed that out so now they have a parent company owning both Zam and IGE.
You visit a Zam site - you're compromising your account.
There's plenty of other soul builder sites out there."
I remember Thottbot used to be pretty bad with malicious code, and my wife got a nasty virus on her computer (Paladin Anti-virus (or similarly named) auto installed, shut down internet explorer).
Not sure if there has been any recent checks on Zam content.
(Thread can be found here.
Edited, Mar 5th 2011 3:16pm by Nizdaar Lock Thread: Topic has run its course.