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Published: 2006-10-02T21:21:07-05:00


Firefox vulnerability


A few weeks ago, Microsoft had its VML zero day exploit; this week, it's Firefox's turn. Obviously, as more people are switching from Internet Explorer to Firefox, hackers are doing the same. The thing that struck me about this particular problem was that the hackers gave no advance warning to Mozilla prior to their presentation, and The hackers claim they... (224 words)



SharpReader is now available at Changes since the last version are: Run internal browser in restricted security zone in order to make IE responsible for blocking restricted content, instead of just doing so by parsing and stripping tags. Allow embedded CSS styles in item descriptions (was previously disabled because of javascript exploits that are now caught because of... (128 words)

Spammers using Google links


In my "Spam Suspects" email folder today, I noticed some spam which used Google as a redirection service, by linking to When trying this technique with some other site, I found that google responds to this query with a 302 redirect to the site in question. Clearly, the spammer was using this system to lure people who trust Google... (176 words)

Support the fight against diabetes


Scott Hanselman and his wife will be joining the walk for diabetes on May 6 2006. They've set a goal of raising $10,000 for this event and could use your help in reaching that goal. I encourage all of you to go to Scott's blog to find out more about this worthy cause, or go directly to to make... (64 words)

Digg manipulation


Silicon Valley Sleuth reported this morning how several stories about Google buying Sun suspiciously made it to the front page of These "baseless rumours" were all submitted and promoted by a small group of Digg members that seemed to be working together. I found this story through Digg itself, where it was posted on the front page. It later... (381 words)