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Anatomy of an Ad-based Clickjacker

Whaddup?

(I’m trying out a new style where I start every blog post with a common greeting.)

Cool. So I was browsing a super cool website the other day (rollcall dot com) in Safari on an iPhone and all of the sudden this happens: 1,090 more words

The Gab Fail Chronicles: LOL DDOS, EULA, and NAZIS

The dishonesty of Andrew Torba knows no bounds in the latest postings. The reality of the mater, as I understand it, is most of the down time was related to fixing the major security issues I’ve raised over the past few days. 479 more words

Andrew Torba

Destroying Gab, with words, on a screen, but at least it's not LiveJournal!

“build it yourself social media back end for blog comments”

NEW BLOG WITH UPDATES AND REPLIES TO GAB’S SILLINESS

Greetings Kids,

It’s been a while since I did a post exposing and pointing out major flaws while laughing hysterically. 1,174 more words

Andrew Torba

Over 8,800 WordPress Plugins Have Flaws

RIPS’s analysis showed that nearly 36,000 of the plugins did not have any vulnerabilities and 1,426 had only low severity flaws. Medium severity bugs have been identified in more than 4,600 plugins, while high and critical security holes have been found in 2,799 and 41 plugins, respectively. 117 more words

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Top 10 Online Threats

The strategies hackers use to break into your site can be complicated but the results are usually pretty simple – lost revenue. Here are the… 389 more words

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How one man could have set loose a Yahoo Mail virus

We’re all used to JavaScript in web pages.

JavaScript is the programming language that makes web applications possible, letting programmers build web pages with all the menus, buttons, bells and whistles of regular software. 779 more words