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Nov
21
comment How is UAC a security improvement?
@Ams, once again, I've spotted a typo: fist. ;-)
Nov
21
accepted Is randomizing cookie names a good idea?
Nov
21
accepted How is the password prompt going to protect me from ruining my computer?
Nov
21
comment How is the password prompt going to protect me from ruining my computer?
Isn't your answer similar to my "kiosk" example?
Nov
21
revised What is the corrupted image vulnerability? How does it work?
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Nov
21
comment Which languages are better for attacks against websites?
nor am I. :-)
Nov
21
revised How is UAC a security improvement?
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Nov
21
comment What is the corrupted image vulnerability? How does it work?
@Ams - I mean binary code.
Nov
21
revised Which languages are better for attacks against websites?
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Nov
21
asked Is randomizing cookie names a good idea?
Nov
21
asked Which languages are better for attacks against websites?
Nov
21
revised What is the corrupted image vulnerability? How does it work?
edited title
Nov
21
asked How is the password prompt going to protect me from ruining my computer?
Nov
21
asked How is UAC a security improvement?
Nov
21
asked What is the corrupted image vulnerability? How does it work?
Nov
21
accepted What protects cookies?
Nov
20
comment What protects cookies?
What if the browser doesn't implement SOP? (Also, you misspelled "third".)
Nov
20
asked What protects cookies?
Nov
20
accepted Why is FireSheep such a big deal?
Nov
20
accepted Is the law the only thing stopping many sites from being hacked/cracked?