Music – Popularity

Recently I have been thinking a lot about music on radio stations and music in the UK Top40. Not because is like it, but because I am sceptical of it. Popularity is a huge thing in the UK, and what I noticed about many people is that they only listen to music in the Top … Continue reading Music – Popularity

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XSS and Twitter: The Self Retweeting Tweet

On the 11th of June 2014, this was released onto TweetDeck: https://twitter.com/derGeruhn/status/476764918763749376 It is a script tag containing JQuery, which when executed in the browser, would automatically retweet itself without the users knowledge. Usually, Tweetdeck would have a filter on for this to convert every < and > into &lt; and &gt; However, on the … Continue reading XSS and Twitter: The Self Retweeting Tweet

MITM: Loading a https logon form over http

Ok, we talked about XSS before, lets talk about MITM now. MITM (Short for Man In The Middle) is a security flaw / risk in many websites. MITM attacks usually happen when a website has a weak TSL (Transport Security Layer) or a website has loaded parts over http (Without TSL) and parts over https … Continue reading MITM: Loading a https logon form over http