A piece on
The Register discusses how two well-known security researchers have scrapped a talk discussing some interesting new critical holes impacting anyone using a web browser. They cancelled following a request from Adobe - whose software is affected by the problem.
Jeremiah Grossman and Robert Hansen were to outline a new "clickjacking" vulnerability which affects every major web browser and can send you off to some dodgy site - despite a reputable address being shown in the status bar.
To protect yourself against this vulnerability you can disable scripting and all browser plugins - but that kind of sets you back to 1993.....