Archive | Web Hacking


25 March 2006 | 155,653 views

Download youtube.com videos?

Ever wanted to download those cool videos from youtube.com? (Its an online video storage site similar to imageshack.us for storing images) and can’t because those peeps made it difficult for you to just download them offline? Well now you can !! Go to fileleecher.com and follow the instructions on how to copy the youtube.com video [...]

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24 March 2006 | 7,143 views

Is Open Source Really More Secure?

Is Open Source more secure? That’s a question that can be answered with both yes and no. Not only that, but the reasons for the “yes” and the “no” are fairly much the same. Because you can see the source the task of hacking or exploiting it is made easier, but at the same time [...]

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18 March 2006 | 8,067 views

An Introduction to AJAX

No it’s not AJAX Amsterdam… it’s something more interesting (or boring to some of you)… so let’s get it started…. I. Introduction AJAX stands for Asynchronous JavaScript And XML… It is a new technology which comes to help any web developer who really is interesed in dynamic webpages… Click here for a overview of the [...]

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21 February 2006 | 4,179 views

Google has no license for China service

Internet search giant Google Inc.’s controversial expansion into China now faces possible trouble with regulators after a Beijing newspaper said its new Chinese-language platform does not have a license. The Beijing News reported on Tuesday that Google.cn, the company’s recently launched service that accommodates the China’s censorship demands, “has not obtained the ICP (Internet content [...]

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21 February 2006 | 5,486 views

Severe Security Hole in Apple Mac Safari Web Browser

As the German IT portal heise online conveys, a new security hole in the Safari webbrowser for Apple’s Mac OS X has been discovered. This security hole is rather severe, as it invokes the execution of shell scripts under certain circumstances. Once again the Safari option “open safe” files automatically after download bears the blame. [...]

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