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Coding is like magic.


Oct
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revised If a large companies website's robots.txt file has no Disallow section, does this mean I am free to write code to crawl their website?
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Oct
17
comment If a large companies website's robots.txt file has no Disallow section, does this mean I am free to write code to crawl their website?
Is this a legal advice question? I was hoping to phrase it more from the point of view of a developer/security expert intentionally writing the above robots.txt file, if you do this are you essentially saying crawling is ok?
Oct
17
asked If a large companies website's robots.txt file has no Disallow section, does this mean I am free to write code to crawl their website?
Jul
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awarded  Popular Question
Jul
3
revised Is letting just anybody see the appearance/html/javascript of your admin pages a security risk?
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Jul
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revised Is letting just anybody see the appearance/html/javascript of your admin pages a security risk?
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Jul
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revised Is letting just anybody see the appearance/html/javascript of your admin pages a security risk?
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Jul
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revised Is letting just anybody see the appearance/html/javascript of your admin pages a security risk?
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Jul
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asked Is letting just anybody see the appearance/html/javascript of your admin pages a security risk?
Jul
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awarded  Curious
Jun
29
comment How can I watch porn, safely, and not get a virus? (and not infect corporate data also)
I feel the need to share this - youtube.com/watch?v=WkZTlB0Civw
Jun
19
comment Anonymity on Facebook - how do they suggest people I should know?
Does this mean that somebody I don't know could put a criminals phone number into their mobile phone with my name, and I could be wrongly identified as that criminal?
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Feb
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awarded  Popular Question
Jan
9
answered If a remote user types in a password in a LogMeIn session, can the controlled computer extract the characters?
Jan
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awarded  Yearling
Dec
31
accepted How could disabling 'Hide File Extensions' in Windows make a system more secure?
Dec
31
comment How could disabling 'Hide File Extensions' in Windows make a system more secure?
Well that seems obvious now! I was thinking it was because of some complicated technical reason that I wasn't aware of, Occam's razor!