Monthly Archives: September 2010

Twitter fixes dangerous link exploit

Twitter today was hit by a wave of Tweets exploiting a bug in the way it handled URLs. Twitter have just fixed the issue, which previously could be exploited simply by posting a URL of the form: http://twitter.com/anythinggoeshere#@”onmouseover=”javascript:alert(‘test’);”/ Of course, … Continue reading

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Benchmarking the latest browsers

As the web has evolved it’s become more and more important for browsers to be able to quickly handle any JavaScript which is thrown at them. Along with this have come various benchmarks, online tests which run intense JavaScript tasks … Continue reading

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The Road to Internet Explorer 9

Internet Explorer enjoys the biggest user base of any browser. The problem is, it gained that user base through its inclusion as the default browser in Windows. Rarely does a user choose to use Internet Explorer based on its own … Continue reading

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