1. Fuzzy Overdrive.

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    While working on my new ActiveX fuzzer I needed a break and wrote another html/css fuzzer called fuzzy overdrive. It's a basic concept tool born out of boredom that generates all sorts of HTML and CSS intended to trigger a …

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  2. Never Trash Your Mail.

    I am always excited by new ideas of defeating spam one way or the other. But, just like captcha's the ultimate sollution isn't there yet. Even worse, some methods can open up a whole new can of worms all together. Somewhere in my mind I always compare defeating spam and …

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  3. Opera Arioso II

    Alright, I had a couple of spare moments to work on my new version of Opera Arioso. For those who missed it, it's a User Script written for Opera that behaves like a firewall inside Opera. Unlike other plugins or User scripts, Arioso can detect and block malicious activity before …

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  4. "Mozilla Malware Part I: Hide it."

    I think this is a fun idea to play with, since it surely will happen mainstream sometime, might as well talk about it here.

    Over the coming time I will be writing a couple of articles about Mozilla malware, on how to write it and how to detect it. In …

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  5. ESP Game.

    Apparently this is a online game, but a weird one at it. Taken form their website it says:

    When you play a game at Gwap, you aren't just having fun. You're helping the world become a better place. By playing our games, you're training computers to solve problems for humans …

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  6. Inspire.

    You know, I tend to do different things here on my website mainly because I think that if you want to change something, you have to do something different. Sounds reasonable I guess? Today I have a video I like you to show from Micheal Angelo Batio. He has been …

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  7. Schneier On Chinese Hackers.

    Just after lunch I read an article published by Discovery[1] where Bruce Schneier talks about the "The truth about Chinese hackers"[2]. While reading it I didn't have the impression that it gave a clear answer about the truth. Because I guess you only know the truth if you …

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  8. More MSIE 6 Mayhem.

    update: I got a couple of questions from readers about this find, and they are correct. Sorry guys and girls, I did not verify my results and it seems that it was disclosed before by various bug hunters which I did not know about in a different but similar way …

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  9. Attacking ColdFusion.


    ColdFusion is an application server and software development framework used for the development of web-based applications[1]. ColdFusion is a similar product to Microsoft ASP.NET, JavaServer Pages or PHP. It's syntax is tag- based, and almost resembles HTML or XML like-structure which is very easy to learn and …

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