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Sorry for resurecting an old thread but this is the first one that comes up for this file. and it is worth knowing if anyone comes across it. The httpd.pl is a spoofed process that is running perl. it is usually a backdoor that is set up by a php shell that will be loaded into a website somewhere. We found the same thing. The phpshell gets loaded in via ...


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While it is currently safe on Chrome you should not base your future checks on that. Things may change anytime and I have not seen the lack of rendering as being a specifically documented feature. If you want to look at the code, it is much better to download the page via a command-line tool (curl for instance) and analyze what was loaded and saved in a ...


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Yes, it is absolutely safe (in Google Chrome) to open an untrusted website in view-source mode. The key point to note here is that you should "open" the page in view-source mode, meaning you should not allow any rendering to happen by normally loading the webpage first and then viewing the source. An example in Google Chrome would be ...



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