just your type...flipping typical – "A way to explore the popular typefaces you have on your computer."
banking/e-commerce at riskCreating a rogue CA certificate
This successful proof of concept shows that the certificate validation performed by browsers can be subverted and malicious attackers might be able to monitor or tamper with data sent to secure websites. Banking and e-commerce sites are particularly at risk because of the high value of the information secured with HTTPS on those sites. With a rogue CA certificate, attackers would be able to execute practically undetectable phishing attacks against such sites.
WTF?Opinion Mart pop-ups are annoying many on the web and it appears that BBC's news site has just started to impose these pop-ups on its users (at least, here in the U.S.). Shame on you BBC!
new take on an old gameBrowser Pong
...designed to take advantage of emerging HTML5 features (including Audio elements), intentionally breaking compatibility with older browser versions and substandard contemporaries such as Internet Explorer. Good for Macintosh. Best in Safari 4, Chrome 4, FireFox 3.5, and Opera 10 in that order.
List: Misc. Freeware (3)
- T3Desk (3D Desktop for Windows)
- DNS Benchmark (nameserver analysis utility)
- SiteCake (web content editor)
- BottomFeeder (news aggregator)
- Ubuntu (open-source operating system)
Note: This is not an endorsement of any of the listed programs.
paste text without formattingPureText (for Windows)
odd data visualizationW3.org's Historical Browser Statistics (Flash)
'culture of positive creativity'Modern Evolution – "design on a mission"
'Mathematically Correct Breakfast'Mobius Sliced Linked Bagel - How to Slice a Bagel into Two Linked Halves
'new and untested'OpenDNS Blog » Some thoughts on Google DNS
net neutrality, privacy & securityCenter for Democracy & Technology | Keeping the Internet Open, Innovative and Free
(free for non-commercial use)
AORTAL - the anti-portal,
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