That link is kind of dense. Can you direct me to the content?
One thing I will say, is security researchers who do nothing else tend
to make suggestions that are completely divorced from reality. Even
some of the security efforts undertaken by Mozilla seem to be
One example that comes to mind were some resource changes to prevent
users from being misled. The problem was that if users could be misled
in the way that was being defended against, an attacker could simply
write an executable to disk and then have the user click it (or
something similar). I apologize for the lack of information - this
only came to my attention because it broke Vimperator.
However, since this article deals specifically with phishing, I am
slightly confused - phisability depends a great deal on each