Some stuff (30/08/2006)

I enjoyed reading this article on how an XSS attack works. I’ve always just done the alert(“Game over!”) XSS which isn’t really an attack at all, just a proof that there’s a possibility for an attack. That trusted computing is bad for consumers is something I’ve known for a while, but apparently TC is bad …

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Stuff worth reading (21/06/2006)

Some interesting articles on Net Neutrality by David Ernst and Andy Kessler. I’m slowly starting to lean towards letting the market sort this out without government intervention. The idea of labelling is especially appealing. That something’s wrong in Microsoft is rather obvious given the amazing delay in releasing Vista/Longhorn (whatever it’s called this week). After …

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