Month: November 2011

I can always say: ‘It’s gonna be better tomorrow’

Hey, I’m feeling tired. My time, is gone today. You flirt with suicide. Sometimes, that’s ok. Do what others say. I’m here, standing hollow. Falling away from me. Falling away from me. Day, is here fading. That’s when, I would say. I flirt with suicide. Sometimes kill the pain. I can always say. ‘It’s gonna …

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Keep your Facebook friends close and your antivirus closer

Microsoft Malware Protection Center: Facebook malware attacks are not new. Scams spreading via status updates have been around for a long time, but in recent weeks one threat has been getting creative in terms of social engineering. Backdoor:Win32/Caphaw.A can intercept URL requests in both Firefox and Internet Explorer and it has been observed to post …

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Stop Censorship: Help us stop the Internet Blacklist Legislation

Protect the Internet Help us stop the Internet Blacklist Legislation Mozilla: On November 16th, Congress holds hearings on the first American Internet censorship system. This bill can pass. If it does, the Internet and free speech will never be the same. Join us to stop this bill. Why? A few infringing links are enough to …

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No one can see

…Und der Haifisch, der hat Tränen und die laufen vom Gesicht; doch der Haifisch lebt im Wasser – so die Tränen sieht man nicht… …And the shark, that has tears And they run from the face But the shark lives in water So no one can see the tears…  

Finally, Goethe!

Hey Folks! From tomorrow my classes in Goethe Institute will begin, 3 days a week (Sa, Mo, We), from 2:00PM to 3:30PM, I hope I will be finishing that with no problem, seems each level takes 16 weeks and there are 16 level in total, so its gonna take 5 years? ah, that’s a long …

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Persistent XSS Vulnerability in White House Website

The Hacker News: Alexander Fuchs, A German Security Researcher Discover Persistent XSS Vulnerability in Official website of White House. “The petition system is vulnerable. Every Petition i start or join will execute my code. I could join all petitions and my code will be executed on all users who visit the petition system.” He said.Read …

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