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awarded  Supporter
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answered Are case-insensitive passwords a bad idea?
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comment Have computer criminals been known to exploit easily-edited websites like Wikipedia to embed malicious scripts?
Not just for Parental Controls. Verizon, comcast and other ISPS in the US have been known to inject html at times over their connections, as well as essentially breaking dns by forwarding to their search page.
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answered How is “hacking” even possible if I “defend” properly?