Archive for January, 2012

Observations: Google’s new Terms of Service

The new TOS and Privacy Policy documents from Google are a welcome change, reducing 60 individual ones into a standard, global set is a much better idea for understanding's sake. Observation 1:We may review content to determine whether it is illegal or violates our policies, and we may remove...
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PHP Vulnerability – DJBX33A – Hash table collisions

Trickling through my RSS feeds this morning was an article with quite the topic "PHP Vulnerability May Halt Millions of Servers". In a nutshell: A modest size POST to almost all PHP versions in the wild (Sans 5.3.9+) are in danger of an extremely simple DoS. The vulnerability exploits the PHP internal...
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Why I won’t (can’t) adopt Google Chrome yet…

Privacy aside, simply put: in my role, I do my fair share of design work, AJAX debugging, CSS, you name it -  I need tools at my fingertips to quickly do more than just rip apart the DOM of a page, these are my deal breaker extensions/capabilities that aren't in...
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