Just saw this insightful post at PC Pro, about five new hidden security threats. These are all based on (relatively) recent developments in tech, like QR codes and SMS. Even the URL obfuscation, one of the oldest phishing tricks in the book, takes on a new form when modern handheld devices and Twitter feeds rely so heavily on URL-shortening services or just abbreviating the URL.

It’s important for webmasters to remember that if you own a website, you are always an attack vector. Others can be targeted by compromising your site. And with the profusion of new gadgets cropping up, new vulnerabilities in them come up before half of us even get around to learning how to use one…